Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Work Wednesday

My buddy Sarge is a hard working K9...
so he decided to start a series called Work Wednesday.
I had no idea how much work goes on around me!!
Boy Sarge this new 'day' of yours has opened my eyes!!

Last Friday our neighbors had 87 a bunch of giant pines
removed from their front yard...
Thankfully most of the equipment was across the street
so I was able to snoopervise 

the men at work
 they get an A+ for a job well done and for 

not hitting our mailbox post.  What you cannot see below
is a bobCAT with a mouth full of limbs turning near our mailbox

LAST AND BY NO MEANS LEAST MOM DID A VERY HAPPY HUMMINGBIRD ARRIVAL DAY DANCE ON 4/9/15. THE LITTLE JEWELS ARRIVED EXACTLY THE SAME DAY THIS YEAR AS LAST AND THEY WERE HUNGRY
THOSE LITTLE JEWELS WORK VERY HARD  
 THEY JUST FLEW IN FROM WAY DOWN SOUTH
MOM IS ALL EXCITED ABOUT FEEDING THEM THIS YEAR
WE'VE ALREADY SPOTTED 3.  
SHE IS TRYING TO FIND ANOTHER PURRFECT SPOT TO SET UP 
ANOTHER FEEDER

MOM WILL BE WORKING REALLY HARD ALL SUMMER
TO KEEP THEM FED TOO!!

36 comments:

  1. I love the hummingbirds, they are so beautiful and fun to watch. There is some hard work going on over there. I am tired just thinking about it. I think I will work hard taking a nap.

    Loveys Sasha

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  2. Watchin hummingbirds looks like fun!

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  3. Hari OM
    Oh what a delight to have visit your feeders! Yup. 'Tis work, keeping up with them!!! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  4. Love those little hummingbirds. Unfortunately, SHE usually visits Virginia in autumn or winter and misses them. You are very lucky. Your hard WORK is paying off.

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  5. You are so lucky to have hummingbird TV. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. Oh beautiful hummingbirdies, yes Mom needs to keep those beauties well feed.
    I'm waiting for hummingbird Hawk Moths to come and visit us, I've laid a trap wiv some jasmine and now I haf to be patient....I don't do patient!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  7. It's so cool that you have hummingbird TV. We don't have them down here, but our family up in Tennessee used to have dozens visit at once. Does your human make her own hummingbird nectar for them? It's apparently pretty easy and better for them than the stuff with food coloring.

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  8. It always is fascinating to watch tall trees being cut down. I love hummingbirds.

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  9. apaws apaws for that workers... I stopped my breath as I saw how close the tree came to your car in the photo...
    It's great to see your hummingbirds, even when we haven't such little birds here I can see them via your blog and that's a little like having them in my back yard too :o)
    easy rider

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  10. So glad that your hummingbirds are back. They are so much fun to watch. Glad those workers did wipe out your mail box. You all have a super day.

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  11. i am glad those workers missed your mail box and the van sitting there to.. lots of work going on and more on the way... that is hard work keeping 2 bird houses... LOL MOL BOL

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  12. I saw a humming bird last weekend on the lake. It was kinda cold and surprised me to see it there.

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  13. Good work snoopervising from a proper distance. And the bird tv this summer looks to be quite pawsome at your house. Purhaps your Mom might invite one or two inside for you to ... get to know better ?

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  14. Snoopervising is the HARDEST work of ALL... So much responsibility!

    LOVE your Hummer Feeder pics.

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  15. I hope your peeps weren't going anywhere, the street was plugged up with pine trees!
    So excited the hummers have returned on schedule, they remember the great feeders! Good photos of them at the feeder!
    Ours are getting "nectar bellies". :)
    Hugs and nose taps
    Kathy and Molly

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  16. WE love all the trees in your neighborhood. I don't know if we have ever seen a real live hummingbird - mom has though
    hugs
    Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

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  17. We like seeing the work of others!

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  18. madi...N we will bee werkin hard ta send ewe ways ta get rid oh de feederz....inn deed !!! ♥♥♥

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  19. 87? Really! OH My that was a lot of tree removal. Mom wishes we could get rid of our pine trees which are about the same height as the ones in your neighborhood.

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  20. We just LOVE hummers too!!!! Every time we've had a feeder, we've had a wasp problem though so Mom plants things that hummers can feed from - usually with RED flowers - so they're happy and well fed without attracting those icky wasps!

    Hugs Sammy

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  21. Whew, we are worn out with watching all that work! It must be lovely to have hummingbirds living near you, wish we had them here.
    Thanks for your sweet comment today :)
    Dip and Elliot x

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  22. We like those little birds but we didn't see any bobCAT. Do bobCATS eat pine trees?

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  23. Lots of tree WORK going on in your area these days, Madi - that must keep you busy working to watch all the goings on. Oh, those sweet little humers - so cute!!!

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  24. We love hummers but none of them visit us here in Florida. We're too close to the ocean and the wind is too strong here :(

    Hugs,
    your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  25. We don't get none of them here....never seen one.......Bites and Mickey are talking about joining Sarge on Working Wednesday...them two always got something going on!

    Da Sus

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  26. You get interesting things to snoopervise from your window Madi.

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  27. We're glad to hear those workers didn't smash your mail box. How wonderful that you have your hummers already. It just means they are on their way to our house in a few weeks.

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  28. We hope those feeders are where you can keep an eye on things!
    Snoopervision is quite possibly the hardest work of all, Madi!
    Heh-heh.
    >>Smoochies<< from your besties at Angel PRancer Pie.

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  29. We hope those hummers are headed our way! We can't wait to see those little guys.

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  30. You are the hard worker Madi, snoopervising all these happenings.

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  31. A cat's work is never done! Keep up the great job, Madi!!

    Wyatt

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  32. Looks like work at your place and enjoy those birdies!!

    wags
    Oreo

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  33. They better not hurt that beautiful mailbox!

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  34. You sure have been hard at work, Madi! Nice job!

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