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11.6.18

IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIts Monday..


....its been one of those weeks in my little cottage..

First there were the chickenpox and then the internet broke down..!!  After I tried everything in my power to fix it..with no success..I had to call the cable guy. Soon my living-room was full of cables and wires after it became clear we needed a new modem etc etc.. In the days that went by without internet I decided to do some -much needed- work in my garden.  The grass was about knee high and
weeds were having a party everywhere.. I took down  the birds-nest ..it was empty and abandoned..And to my happiness when I opened it ..all the little birdies made it into the world..!
Look how beautiful this nest was build..with tender care and with my grey HAIR..
The strands that connect us are frail...but when put together with love forever strong..

Wishing you a wonderful week dear reader and friend..the power in my cottage is back..we are connected again..xoxo

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4 comments:

Mapi said...

Fijn dat je weer verbinding hebt met de buitenwereld !
Bij mij is het ook een grote wildernis, maar over een week of vier komt er hulp en wordt een groot gedeelte gewoon plat gemaaid, het kan niet anders ...
Waterpokken kreeg ik voor het eerst op mijn 40ste, het was afzien !!
Haha die grijze haren .....
Fijne week, we gaan gewoon weer verder ...


Mapi xxx

donna baker said...

Beautiful. Just for future information, birds usually hatch three separate baby clutches per season. So, wait till fall to collect. I have many nest sitting around I have collected.

^.^ said...

… my cat Theo would love some of that knee hi grass … smiles … and love, friend D … c.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

YOU'RE HERE!!!!! I came earlier this morning, but I knew that you at least had the chicken pox situation to deal with...a new modem? Oh, that happened to us here too and put all operations on hold! I am so happy to see you back dearest, for I miss you always. Look at that NEST! The birds find just the right materials to build their little havens...and "together" each strand becomes stronger.

LOVE THIS POST!