Good Morning

Later this morning, but it is cleaning lady day and I have a different routine and actually less time, but I am here. I already had excitement as my delivery from the store was not as I wanted. I ordered 1 kilo polenta, the rougher kind as I do not like the fine grains cooked. Not only did they send me the fine grained as they did not have the other sort, but only a 500 gramme packet and it was the Aha quality which is more expensive and for those with eating problems. I have already contacted the store and complained on their strange ideas of a substitute product. This afternoon I will be in town and will visit the store myself to see what they have.

After that bother I finished freshening up my windows and put away the goods I got from the store. I am already planning my next order. That is really not so easy often, as I have to know what I will be cooking at the week-end. Luckily my family is not so fussy and leave the choices up to me.

My birds are still giving me flight demonstrations, but at least I have some entertainment from my kitchen window.

You just have to love their antics in the air. I just wait for them to fly to the food supplies and catch them as they approach. They hover for a while in the air and then land.

We had a wonderful sunset yesterday evening and with that I will now leave you, Take care and have a good day.

13 thoughts on “Good Morning

    • The birds have managed to devour everything in two days. Now it is finished. I have a few treats to hang up, but it is now time to spend time on the babies and not just eat all the time.

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  1. Our birds are eating less, probably because there’s a lot of food out there. I’m going to take down the feeders for a couple of weeks and hope the cowbirds decide to find another herd elsewhere. They have chased all the pretty small birds away from the feeder and are managing to get fat, too.

    It’s finally spring here, but it’s still cold at night. During the day, though, the weather is delightful. I love the “in-between” seasons.

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    • I had never heard of cowbirds, so looked it up. We don’t have them in Switzerland. Our birds just eat when there is food, but now it’s finished. I don’t think they will starve

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