Thursday, November 5, 2009

We know it is Fall when Pierre arrives

Let me introduce you to Pierre.
Of course he has a French name.

We moved into our home in July of 2005.
A week after moving in, my dad became very ill and passed away.
A very sad time.

My dad's birthday is in September. A few days after his birthday, Pierre showed up.
I was standing outside and he flew right up on the fence.
I gave him some nibbles (sorry Tommy), he ate them and then flew away.

But, he kept coming back.
He doesn't like bird seed, he prefers other goodies.
Every Fall, he shows up.

I will be in the kitchen or living room and there he is, staring in the window at me.
He visits throughout the day during the fall and winter.

When the serious heat arrives, he leaves.
This bird is a lot smarter than we are-hehe.
I like to think he flies to northern AZ for the summer.

I look forward to his visits. May four years become five.

Have a fantastic weekend.
I know part of mine will be spent visiting Pierre.


Maggie said...

Bonjour Barb & Pierre,
Have a terrific weekend.
a bientot

Kim's Treasures said...

How sweet! We have a pair of Mourning Doves that show up as soon as it gets chilly to remind us that it's almost time to put out the! Yesterday, I saw the first Chickadee (sp??) and that usually means that snow is on it's way...oh no say it isn't so!

Have a great day...enjoy Pierre!


Ms. Bake-it said...

That is so sweet and what a coincidence in the timing of his initial arrival!

Hope you have a terrific weekend!

~ Tracy

Blondie's Journal said...

He is a cutie...not sure what sort of bird he is. What are you feeding him? Caviar?? lol!


Maggie said...

Hi again,
Barb, please stop by Normandy Life when you get the chance, there's a surprise waiting for you there.

Lori E said...

We have had a similar looking bird come to our porch too. He will come two or three times and then he is gone. He/she had such a vibe about it. How nice.

Anonymous said...

What a great story. I can see why you like him. He is rather cute! I don't think the timing of the birds appearence is a coincidence at all. I believe everything happens for a reason.

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh what a precious friend you have! God sends us little things with wings to cheer us up, I am sure of that! God bless you, my dear, beautiful Barb. Bisous, et grosses bises à Pierre! Anita

Theresa said...

My Dad passed away 3 years ago Novemeber 20th. He was my heart! I am sorry you lost yours too. Love the birdie. So sweet the it keeps coming back for more treats. Have a blessed day!

Bonnie said...

What a lovely story. I just love little animal stories like this one. Hope you are having a great weekend.


Parisbreakfasts said...

Lovely story!
Bonjour M. Pierre!!!
a bientot

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