January 8, 2010

Good Morning

Will you get away with that camera.
I'm trying to sleep here!

But Babaje, It's time to get up. The sun is up.

The horses in the field next door are awake.



The woodpecker is here having his breakfast.




The cardinal and the sparrow are here too,



So are the Bluejays. Can't you hear them?


I'm having trouble waking up too.
All this cold and snow makes me want to hibernate.


The little bit of sun we have today is getting higher in the sky.



Same view this summer.
I miss having the girls for breakfast.
In the winter they stay in the barn.
Have a wonderful weekend.
~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

14 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Awesome pictures, Ahrisha!! The birds are so much fun to look at! That is a neat bird feeder...I can't get over the variety of birds you get at once!! And that is a FAT blue jay!!!

Pretty kitties, too! :-) Have they seen the birds???

xoxo
Jane

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

That is just too cute Arhisha!!!
He is Cocoa'a brother! I am so glad you told me to come by, because sometimes I don't even realize people have added on unless they tell me! I JUST LOVE THE BIRDFEEDER! Is that your's? I love Cardinals! Hugs, Cindy

BellaRosa said...

Ahrisha amor, how beautiful your pictures are...I can't believe how green I am seeing this beauty...not the cold mind you...but the beauty of the outdoors :) Funny how things change, whem I was young and would visit different country places with my parents and they would talk about moving there...I would go into fits..threatening to run away...and now...what I would give to live in such beauty :) Thank you so much Ahrisha for your lovely comment on my newest post, I actually had to update it..because I am finally going to have a GIVEBACK (giveaway) myself ;) woohoo..yay me...Besos, Rose

Linda said...

Wonderful photos and I love the birds. We have a feeder and it is such fun to watch them. Yes the cold makes Charlie just want to curl up and sleep also.

Pat & Ron Harris said...

Loved the pictures! What scenery you have! Wonderful. Your cat is gorgeous. What's his/her name? Looks full of personality. lol

Thank you for visiting junkblossoms~ Stop in again soon. Pat

Mary said...

What wonderful photos, Ahrisha. They, as a matter of fact, your entire blog conveys a real sense of serenity. I planned to stop by just to say hello and stayed way to long. I'll be back often. Blessings...Mary

Sue said...

What cool pictures, Ahrisha. Snow pictures are always so serene. I love seeing the birds eating at your feeder. I haven't seen many birds around our woods lately- don't know where they went~ although I saw a robin 2 days ago. What's up with that? LOL

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Hi Ahrisha

Thank you for your nice comment on my blog! I became a follower of your lovely blog also.

Your photos are wonderful! What handsome cats you have. My cat is a definite hibernator in winter.

Smiles, Pat

Karen said...

Thank you for your visit... and for adding me to your list of blogs to follow.
I am envious of you living in Lancaster County. I visited there once. So very beautiful. I saw a scene that I will never forget.. an Amish farmer on a misty evening, with a pitch fork and hay on the back of a horse-drawn wagon. So amazing!
Your pictures are wonderful. I love them!
I'll be back.
Karen
Ladybug Creek

Carrie @ Cottage Cozy said...

What a wonderful bird feeder...did you make it. I have to show it to my husband...he loves his birds!

Stay Cozy, Carrie

TiffanyJane said...

Wow, love the pictures....your yard is just gorgeous! I would love to have a little bit of land....a little more peace would be nice :) Your kitty is sweet...looks like one we have taken in since it's cold outside {seems to be a stray girl kitty}.

TiffanyJane said...

Well, scrolling back through again....I totally misssed the black kitty under the tree......
So Both of your kitties are precious! :)

Charlene said...

What a great post with awesome photos! Love the one of the cows in the field. Glad they stay in the barn though. Have you ever seen Belted Galloway cattle? We have a few places here in Texas that we have seen them. And we (hubby & I) LOVE them. They are black with a white stripe around the middle (or brown & white). We jokingly call them Oreo Cookie Cows.

Lois B said...

I love the sheet music Christmas ornaments. Did you make them?