We have squirrels who have put holes like that in our house and moved in. They don't even pay rent.Joycehttp://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2011/10/wordless-wednesday-pumpkins.html
Poor lonely space.
What lived in there previously? You really should have a sign out front, you will get more takers that way. ;)Happy WW!http://cnavphoto.blogspot.com/2011/10/wordless-wednesday-onward-to-parenthood.html
Wonder if it will get the same residents next spring or if it's irst come first occupy.
:) Nice caption.
Sweet picture. Will be nice to see whom the new tenants are.
I love puns. :) What a cute little house!
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awesome pic! POP ART MINIS
Haha, hopefully you'll get a new tenant soon :)
What a cool shot!
I am always amazed at the loveliness of the birdhouse and birds in general! I'm so encouraged by you, Faythe! You are indeed so loving of people and of life and the glorious nature God has placed all around us!Is it getting quite a bit colder now? Keep an extra blanket handy and binoculars!! I find binoculars such a help to view the out of doors when it is too cold for me!!
You won't have a vacancy for long, especially with winter approaching. We have a bird house in our backyard, I never remember it being empty, I never look inside, but there is always a bird flying into it. What was in the space before?
I will bet that word gets around quickly!
Yes, but would anyone want to live there during your winters? That's the big question.Have a terrific day. :)
Love bird houses! Nice photo!
This is great.thank you for such an informative article. glad to find your site.
love the caption...and I am sure it will get new residence by aprillolglad to have found you and I'm now a GFC fanHope u will chk us out too at http://twinswithtots.blogspot.com/cathy
Thanks for the heads up on my link. I left out the -mom in the title. I do not know how to take my original link off, maybe you do? The repaired one is #32.
Better "vacancy" than "foreclosure", this day and age. :>)
too cute! Hope they stay warm!
not much new here unless you count all the rodents and insects trying to come inside to get warm as exciting...we don't think its exciting however lol
Hmmm.... gone south for the winter, eh? I still like to stay north. Love winter..... thanks for sharing, and have a brisk WW!
If it was a little bigger, I'd move in!
Hopefully they do come back in the spring! Or some other tenants come in their place!
In NYC they would be considered 'squatters' LOL ;)
We found a birds nest in the bush outside our loungeroom window. I had a very careful look so as not to disturb them & there a 3 very cute little baby birds in it.
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