Weekly Chat (Non-Osprey), 9 December 2018

HAPPY NEW WEEK!

I hope everyone has a wonderful, peaceful week!

This is not a wildlife video, but I'm posting a LINK because it made me laugh so hard and I thought everyone could use a good laugh. The donkey is in Galway, Ireland. This is how she greets a regular visitor who brings her treats. (The video is from a mainstream news network and is safe. It's less than a minute.)

Have a good week, all!

Parents
  • Hi all - it is so quiet on here now - I do hope everyone will keep going as this is such a great bunch of friends and I do love reading about all your news and happenings. Its really cold with a bitter East wind here in Suffolk. After spending last Christmas day on my own (my decision as it was the first Christmas without my youngest Daughter who died earlier in the year) I will be going to my other Daughter in Silverstone Northamptonshire this year to spend time with her and my 2 Granddaughters.I will drive there on Christmas morning and stay until 27th when I will move on to Surrey to see old friends and then onto my Sons in SE London to spend 2 days with him and partner and Grandson. Obviously all this travel will depend on the weather but the long range forecasts look ok at the moment. I have noticed that the birds have returned to the garden at last and are devouring the sunflower hearts. Have had lots of Goldfinches, angry Robins  and lots of starlings which I love. Anyway I hope you are all well and manage to avoid all the nasty winter bugs.

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  • Hi all - it is so quiet on here now - I do hope everyone will keep going as this is such a great bunch of friends and I do love reading about all your news and happenings. Its really cold with a bitter East wind here in Suffolk. After spending last Christmas day on my own (my decision as it was the first Christmas without my youngest Daughter who died earlier in the year) I will be going to my other Daughter in Silverstone Northamptonshire this year to spend time with her and my 2 Granddaughters.I will drive there on Christmas morning and stay until 27th when I will move on to Surrey to see old friends and then onto my Sons in SE London to spend 2 days with him and partner and Grandson. Obviously all this travel will depend on the weather but the long range forecasts look ok at the moment. I have noticed that the birds have returned to the garden at last and are devouring the sunflower hearts. Have had lots of Goldfinches, angry Robins  and lots of starlings which I love. Anyway I hope you are all well and manage to avoid all the nasty winter bugs.

Children