The spring is here, and many birds are looking for a new home. I try to help them a little by putting up some accomodation. I had larger birds in mind for this house, but the nuthatch could hardly wait till I had taken my ladder away before he moved in. Here he’s admiring the view from his new house. I call him Zorro because of his black mask, of course.
..and of course he is welcome to do so here on Jan’s bulletin board:
Because what i read here, speaks to my heart. Unfortunately, I do not have the right to vote, as I am not a US citizen.
There are many silly things you can do on a summer vacation. Here are my youngest daughter and myself on a roller coaster in Djurs sommarland in Denmark. My daughter is the one with the long hair waving like a flag behind her. I am sitting next to her, scared stiff and hoping to survive.
Today the weather is just how I like it in December – ten degrees below zero, and snow falling so slowly, silently and peacefully. I am inside, reading by the fireplace. Perfect!
The ladies in the house have done a great job decorating, and the living-room is now filled with the scent of spruce. I am looking forward to Christmas eve tomorrow, and I wish everyone a very happy Christmas.
Last night, I saw a movie that touches me as a human being. So far, I have only seen part one, but I will definitely see part two and three in the next few days. The movie is freely available on the Internet, on this address: http://www.filmsforaction.org/watch/human/. I strongly recommend it to everyone.
Update: I have now seen part 2 and 3, and they were just as remarkable as part 1.
Sun shining in the morning dew at our place.
Looked a bit gloomy today, the mountain. Still beautiful, though.
After seeing this interview, I have decided not to buy another product from Nestlé. I belong to those extremists who think access to water is a human right and that water should be public and available for everyone.