Oh that carving is fantastic!!I miss feeding the birds here at the new house but don't want to attract the bears.
I imagine munks do it half and half- some for right now, the rest for winter storage.
Any little touch of nature helps in healing, especially for those of us who love the natural world.
The Chipmunk is so cute, but I love those Mourning Doves, soft and gentle.
Having never seen a Cardinal I now have some idea of their size from your photos. A few birds to watch can make the world seem a much brighter place.
I love watching birds, even more so as I have aged. It does connect you to the cycle of life.
Every little bit of Nature is a great tool for healing.Beautiful Carving!Be Safe and Enjoy!It's about time.
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Sparrows have always been one of my favorite creatures to watch.And chipmunks are just too stinking cute!
I am sure that nature was as therapeutic in its own way as the care your recieved from the nurses.
What an interesting carving! We like to watch the birds too!
It's amazing how many of we humans are able to bond with the birds of nature. Filling up the birdfeeders and watching the little fellas coming to feed gives one such a great feeling inside. A feeling of purpose. A feeling of well being.
I love the birds, even the house sparrows. But that carving is just beautiful! It looks like the chipmunk didn't even wait for her to put it down before diving in! :-)