Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Springtime Miracles


Dear Friends,

Isn't it amazing that something that looks like this~



Could turn into this in a few short weeks?


"Feed me!"


"Yawn"


And that these could be made into tasty muffins? ;)



Enjoy the miracles that surround you today~

Love,

Marqueta

12 comments:

  1. And there are so many aren't they? If only we could stand still and look !

    Thank you for sharing those wonderful pictures of the little birds...they are a wonder to behold :D

    Blessings mi querida amiga,

    Maria

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  2. Oh Marqueta! The birds are so adorable!! The pictures are very good!

    I still need to make dandelion root coffee! Our dandelions have had their peak bloom and now they are just blooming here and there. The bunnies love them. :) Things started late here bloom-wise, but now everything's blooming at once, some things early. It's kind of odd!

    Enjoy your spring miracles.

    Love,
    Lynn

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  3. Oh, it was too funny! The pictures load really slowly for me (dial-up!) and so I read ahead! "AND THAT THESE COULD BE MADE INTO TASTY MUFFINS?" EEekkk! I know you eat alot of wild harvested things, but I didn't think you would go that far!!! :~O
    But then, the picture finally showed up ~whew! you meant the dandylions, of course! *very sheepish grin*
    Well, those little robbins (is that what they are?) are so ugly they are cute! They have a face (?) only a mother could love. Those eyes make them look like little aliens! with fuzz (that's kinda hit and miss!) BUT...
    They will be absolutely adorable in a week or so!

    Good Grief, Marqueta! I hope you didn't climb a tree to get the pictures? How much longer till your baby is due? Hope you are feeling well. Still praying for a new job for hubby.
    Be Blessed!

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  4. I love the blue of those eggs. Are they Robins by chance? Such lovely pictures.

    Your last picture reminds of springtime in Montana when we lived there. I loved the spring fresh green that came in so fast and then suddenly turned into lovely shades of browns as the grasses dryed.

    Have a Blessed Day

    Erika

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  5. My goodness~the little baby birds are just amazing! One seems to want a worm! The only chance I get to see newborn baby birds is with my binoculars. God bless,Rose

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  6. I love the photo of the blue eggs in the bird nest. Nature is so wonderful, isn't it? :)

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  7. Dear Marqueta,

    Such lovely photos!!! I especially love the nest with the pretty blue eggs! The Carolina Wren eggs in my husband's pocket in his shop have hatched, and there are five babies!

    I love dandelion, and drink a cup of dandelion tea most everyday.

    Love and blessings, Paula

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  8. I love your baby bird pictures and the pretty blue eggs. We had baby bluebirds visit this morning at breakfast. I thought the bluebirds had been kicked out by sparrows and tree swallows this year. I was delighted to see that they had made a nest on our property.

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  9. Awww..... simply precious!!
    What sweet blessings...
    Lovely pictures!

    Blessings~ Miss Jen

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  10. Dear Marqueta, what lovely springtime pictures :o)

    I've never seen baby birdies like this before, so it was very neat to see them here!

    Hope you are doing well (not sure if you had baby yet) keeping you in prayer.

    love, Deanna

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  11. HELLO, MOTHER:)
    THE POST IS VERY NICE!
    IT SEEMS IMPOSSIBLE THAT SUCH UNLOVELY BIRDS WILL(HOPEFULLY) GROW INTO BEAUTIFUL
    ROBINS SOMEDAY!:0
    I <3 U & I LIKE YOU!
    <3 AUDREY;)

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