Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter!

Courtesy of The Graphics Fairy

To all of my Christian Friends, I wish you a happy and blessed Easter! He is not dead! He is risen indeed! Hallelujah!

If you read my last post, you saw this picture of the bird's nest outside my front door, in a shrub.

Well, some critter robbed the nest:

I know that it is the way of nature, but how disappointing!

I am going to try an experiment. A friend put these in an Easter basket for me. (that's right and I am not a young chick.)

So I am going to attempt to fool Mother Nature. Ha!

What do you think....will these be taken? Stay tuned....I will let you know.

Peace and love of Jesus be with you today and always!

XOXO




18 comments:

Lisa Gordon said...

How unfortunate that the eggs were taken. :-(
Sad for Mama Bird.

I hope you had a wonderful Easter, Charlotte.

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh, I love bird nests, Charlotte, and whenever I see one, I have to take a picture of it. Now, I am anxious to see if the candy will be taken from your sweet bird nest.

Happy Easter. I hope you day is filled with so much love.

~Sheri

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Sorry to hear that the eggs are gone! Would have loved to see what hatched out of the four eggs. Two really look different from the other two!!

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

So sorry --- A very Happy Easter Charlotte to you and to your family!! It was such a blessed and beautiful day!!

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Donna said...

I hope you had a lovely Easter!

Carol said...

Sometimes it is hard to take Mother Nature's "blows," but......nothing to do about it. Sniff, sniff!

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving such a sweet comment. You are not the first person to ask me if I'd ever consider doing the organizing thing as a business. The answer is a resounding "NO!" I'm retired and want to keep it that way.....lol!

Stephanie said...

Oh how sad to have the eggs robbed from the nest :( Like you said, that is life, but it's always sad to see.

I hoep you had a blessed Easter, sweet lady. Your comments always brighten my day :)

Gail Dixon said...

Dangit! I hate to hear the nest was robbed. Boo. :(

Hope you had a blessed Easter, Charlotte!

Donna said...

Hope you had a Blessed Day!
Can't wait to see your next post!!
hughugs

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

How unfortunate about the nest being robbed, but predators are everywhere even in the bird world. It will be interesting to read and see if the candy eggs are taken. Belated Easter wishes to you as well.

Sally said...

Such a shame about the eggs. That just makes me want to cry!

I do hope you had a wonderful and blessed Easter. :)

Rosemary Aubut said...

Very funny! Anxious to hear how you make out! Happy belated Easter to you and your family! Love your new look!

Anita Johnson said...

Belated Happy Easter to you too! I wonder if the problem was a cow bird. It looks like there were two types of eggs in that nests. I

Skyline Spirit said...

pretty nice blog, following :)

Carol said...

This is such a sweet post, Charlotte.

Thank you for your kind words about my son and his family moving across the country. Hubby and I have come full-circle and are now being lead with pure joy and excitement for our son and all the possibilities that are ahead. We are already talking about road trips!

Thistle Cove Farm said...

Charlotte, are you doing okay? I know how difficult it is to post; dang near impossible especially now that I've got the farm up for sale. Never enough time to farm and now I've added moving to the mix. God willing -lol-.

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Hey Charlotte,
Hope that all is going well with you this summer. Thanks for dropping by!! Miss your photos. How is the knitting doing??
Take care - just wanted to say HI!!
Suzan