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Friday, December 31, 2010

The Swans get assertive...

Yesterday afternoon the swans came for their little hand out and the male was in a bad mood.  He started pecking at his spouse and pulling her neck feathers and all of a sudden they were in a flurry of Swan Wings loudly flapping!  Shame on him!! Disturbing our peace like that!  But he had been limping recently and maybe was just out of sorts as he chased her out to the front yard and then they both returned like nothing had happened--hmmm!





And later, we were treated to a beautiful sunset with baby pinks and blues in the sky...

The swans were back today and making us laugh as the male kept dunking his head in the little decorative pond when there was a whole lake behind him-ha!

Happy New Year to you all and please visit our Two Happy Blog for a review of this year that has sped by us!

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL AND WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR YOUR
FRIENDSHIP, PRAYERS AND COMMENTS!  GOD BLESS!

♥KERRIE♥
My heart to yours....

6 comments:

welcome to my world of poetry said...

I really love looking at your pics,

Have a Happy New Year.

Yvonne.

Gloria said...

Happy New Year to you and yours Kerrie. I've enjoyed reading your blog and will continue to do so next year....er tomorrow:DD Have a safe and happy day.

Ginny said...

Well, what more could you ask for on New Years eve? A good swan fight followed by a beautiful sunset. That would surely satisfy me!! Not even two hours left, Kerrie!! I am so glad I found you this year and will be starting a new one with you in it. Happy New Year!!

Leann said...

Hi Kerrie

Just popping by to wish a Happy New Year!

I love to come here - your photos are sooo beautiful.

Enjoy!
Leann

Doris Sturm said...

Animals are so funny sometimes - I love to watch the water fowl. Lately, when I go down to the lake, I sit for a while and the ducks and Canada goose come flying from wherever they are just to congregate with me and come up out of the water to preen and sun bathe ... while I watch and feel honored that they trust me - if I can only keep my little Gizzy still (he still wants to bark at them sometimes, but I don't let him!)

Happy New Year!

Donna said...

Happy New Year, Kerrie! I love the photos.

Hugs,
Donna