It is I, Kerrie - ha! Bill caught me one Saturday when I was still in my night gown and I was bending down to talk to him through the screen. Before I could blink, it was snap, snap and here I am - ha! My cousin Jean lives a few blocks away and always comes in and out through the back door. She says if you come in one and go out the other, you will cause the occupant to have more company. That is funny. But I love it when company comes this way as they feel comfortable and we spend a lot of our days in the den there. My computer is set up in the den so I can watch the birds out of the window and also see Bill if he is working in the yard. I can pound on the window to shoe the geese away and keep the neighborhood in order! Right now the Blue Bird babies from early spring are hanging around and trying to keep any new nests from being built in the Blue Bird House. It seems that the Carolina Wrens have put so much nesting material in the house that their grass, twigs, etc. can be seen in the opening. The baby Blue Birds had a fit and were dive bombing them. The Cardinal had to get into the act and was sitting near and keeping a beady eye on the little Wren who is peeking around the tree. Such goings on! It is too late in the season for a new brood so I am wondering why the Carolina Wren has gone to all this trouble.