Welcome to the last day of January 2014...yea~
That means that tomorrow is the first day of February and that means, getting closer to Spring.
By the calendar and the marked seasons, that may work, but actually we have had snow the ending of April before.
We have not had so much snow, but rather frigid, brutal cold temperatures.
Our water has been kept running for 2 weeks and the pipes still froze, but thankfully did not burst.
My Google blog is no longer allowing me to upload my images like I have done for 4 1/2 years.
This is the third week that I had to upload them individually...what a hassle, but at least that still works.
Evidently at one time, or another I signed on to Google circles and such and I have no clue how any of that works and can only make my way there from time to time.
I cannot even access my gmail, e-mail account, so if you have sent me anything using that method, it has been months since I can get in and even changed my password.
It is as if I am now an alien on my own blog and other Google accounts.
Maybe if we get a really deep snow, I will spend an entire day, trying to figure out what has happened, but for now, it is just once a week for me on my entries.
Side note...I post to Mosaic Monday on Sundays, but usually cannot get to visit other blogs until either Monday evening, or sometimes Tuesday. I post to Wild Bird Wednesday on Tuesday, and I usually do not get to view those posts until Wednesday, or even Thursdays, but I do finally make my way.
We have 2 computers, one is easily used for such things while the other is not and so that is where I post many entries to Facebook, which so far does work.
This week my entry celebrates Winter with snow birds, Carolina Wrens, Blue Jays, Downy Woodpeckers and Red-bellied Woodpeckers.
Have a great week~
Remember to double click on the image, to view a larger slide show of the images shared
I will also be linking up with Mary at:
As well as I am linking up with Stewart at:
Wild Bird Wednesday
I sadly remember a time that I was not so fond of Blue Jays, and then a couple of years ago, I cared for one for 6 weeks, that changed my mind.
They are great birds.
I have shared my not so happy to have Red-bellied Woodpeckers pounding holes into our all Cedar wood home, but they are pretty~
Thirty three years ago, I saw my first Carolina Wren and I fell in love...
They are the sweetest little wee ones and they are very near our front door all year long~
Unlike the Red-bellied Woodpeckers,
the Downy Woodpeckers,
do not hammer on our home and so we welcome them~
I hope that wherever you live, that you are happy, safe and warm.