photo by Jeremy Parker
The past weeks have been full of unknowns and discovery – rivers rising, flooding, storms, fevers, 911 call, uncertain hospital days, alongside nest watching, eggs hatching, and bird watching. Contrasts of hospital and home, of chaos and peace, of anxiety and trust, of leaving and staying. Each trip to and from the hospital I checked on the tiny nest by the door. Over the weekend after I brought my husband home, he discovered a new scene. I thought our front porch nest of eggs was home to a House Wren, but after my son was able to get this photograph, we see that her rakish white eyebrows declare she is a Carolina Wren. Mama bird now has babies to feed, so she is flying off for food finding forays. Since Carolina Wrens mate for life, and both male and female take care of nestlings, we are watching for both and enjoying the songs.
protection and provision
Mary Ann, thank you for the touching and beautiful post. I’m glad you and your husband are both safe at home together.
Healing Blessings ~ Wendy ❀
As always, thank you for your comments, Wendy. Gathering your blessing!
Another wonderful post by a wonderful writer, poet, and wife.