Weekend Wrap-up: For the Birds

I was at my parent’s place, sitting having my morning coffee, when a bird (Grey Jay/Whiskey Jack) flew up to the window and hit its wings on the glass a few times before perching on the deck railing.

“It wants to be fed,” my mother said as she handed me a slice of bread.

So, bread in hand, I walked out and torn off a small piece, held it out, and waited. The bird hopped over and took a look at the meager offering. It then hopped over my hand to the other which held the large piece of bread and proceeded to fill its beak.

Smart.

From my blog this week:

Free Book Friday: In Conversation With Author C. Streetlights – What does that C stand for?

Thursday Thoughts: Internet Gratification – Quick enough for ya?

Weird Wednesday: Blast from the (not so distant) Past – Part 2 – The best of “The Day Before”.

Tuesday Tirade: Fruit Flies (and bonus mini-rant) – Post-election thoughts

Monday Musing: Election Day. – ‘Nuff said.

From the blogs of other’s:

Friday Spotlight – D.G Kaye – Stevie showcases D.G. Kaye.

#BookBloggerHop | Indie Published versus Traditionally Published

Have a good weekend!

-Leon


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Leon Stevens is a blogger, composer, artist, and an author of three books (so far): Lines by Leon: Poems, Prose, and PicturesJourneys: Eight Original Pieces for Classical Guitar and The Knot at the End of the Rope and Other Short Stories.

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2 thoughts on “Weekend Wrap-up: For the Birds

  1. We had a baby blackbird in our garden last year. It hung around my husband, who was wearing a black and yellow tee-shirt. Sam dipped some bread in milk and fed it by had. It wouldn’t go anywhere near me. We wondered if its mother had been killed and thought Sam was its mum!

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