From My Window

View Though Patio Door

I apologize for the lack of post lately. We recently purchased a new home and have been in the process of moving. Needless to say, the computer was packed up and also moved. When we finally got it up and running, the internet went down in a hugh area.

We haven’t moved in years, and this has been quite an experience. It is amazing how many things that can be re-discovered while packing or unpacking. It is also amazing, how things we packed haven’t been discovered yet. Boxes, Boxes, Everywhere Boxes. :)

So, that helps explain the lack of blogs [actually none] for awhile.

Our new backyard has a retention channel behind it about 40 to 50 feet across. While we are eating, we can see that area and have enjoyed building a list of birds seen from the table.

Great Blue Heron on other side

A Great Blue Heron has visited and sat on the other side several times. The Snowy Egret walked along the bank with his yellow feet showing. A Little Blue Heron also came by about the same time a Tricolored Heron took a stroll along the bank.

Great Blue Heron on our side

We have also seen a couple of either female Mallards or Mottled Ducks swimming in the water.

Almost forgot the Great Egret that visited.

Great Egret through screen

The yucking Muscovy Ducks seem to own this pond and yonder bank. There is a group of ten of them swimming and resting everyday, so far. [We have been here one week now.]

“Gracious is the LORD, and righteous; yea, our God is merciful.” (Psalms 116:5 KJV)

The Lord has been very gracious to us and we thank Him for our new house and the energy that we’ve somehow found to move. We only moved about four miles, but it is still very tiring.

Great Blue Heron on our side up close

I can’t wait to see what we will see through our windows and door as the “Winter” birds stop by. Lord willing, there should be posts again soon.

Good News

9 thoughts on “From My Window

  1. I truly is a gift from the Lord that He would give you a home where you have your very own bird-watching wonderland. It will be very exciting to see just how many different kinds of birds you have visiting in a year’s time.

    I haven’t been on here much either. My sister has been ill, and I’ve been trying to help her as much as possible. I’m praying and believing for a complete recovery for her, and I’m slowly getting back into more normal activities. Hence a short visit to your site.


    • Thanks. We are getting there. It is a big adjustment for sure. Still trying to find things, and then trying to figure out where to put it. :)
      or :( Then trying to remember where you put it. :)

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  2. Congratulations Brother Lee on you new home. I really love your writings, research and how God gives you the perfect companion Bible verses. Your are His man of winged creatures. Sincerely, Ms Mikie Coogan

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    • Thanks for all the great comments, but you have one major thing wrong. I am Sister Lee. :) I am a female, married to my wonderful husband Dan. So, I guess I am, “His woman of winged creatures.” He created them, I just write about them.


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