Tuesday, June 16, 2009

New friends!


At the end of last summer, Jon and I bought Gage and Ali a bird feeder. After visiting Grandpa Duane and Grandma Gerry, Gage couldn't quit talking about the birds that visited their feeders. We were terribly unsuccessful though and didn't have one bird at our feeder until just this year! These are our first friends, aren't they cute? I loved it tonight when I saw the birds were visiting again, and this is what I found right inside the window. Those cats wanted to pounce so badly! *Please take note, both cats are still alive and doing well, thank you very much.

6 comments :

Kandice said...

Hehe, I am so glad you have birds and cats still alive and well.
Our cat was gone long ago...and the sweet baby birds got eaten by a much larger/meaner bird over the weekend...so tomorrow you wont get to see them. :(
ttyl!

Joey said...

Oh Steph, are you ever going to forgive yourself? Great picture of the cats...and I don't even like cats!!!

Ethington Family said...

keeping them alive and well is very noteable in our home too... well only when I'm in charge of the animals.

Loreli Caldwell said...

HA HA well sort of. Glad both cats are alive and well. I really want a hummingbird feeder!

Donny and Karlee said...

Hi Steph! Thanks for commenting on my blog! Yours is so cute. Hope you don't mind ME snooping in either. I usually have mine on private, so I am glad you saw it. E-mail me and I'll send you an invite karleeallred@hotmail.com. I love having blog friends... it's a little hard for me to get out sometimes and I think this is a good way to stay in touch with people! I love the bird feeder. Donny got me one this year and we have really been enjoying it as well. Tate loves watching the birdies! I wanted to tell you too... I really enjoyed your lesson on Sunday. I didn't get a chance to tell you, but you did a great job!

Marlene said...

I love your picture of the Birds. You really captured the color. Well I would say the cats look great too, but I don't like cats at all. I have a heck of a time keeping them out of my ponds and bird feeders. Great pictures.