The Bluebird Of Unhappiness

Excuse me, ma’am. Do you realize how old the water is in this birdbath?

Honestly, when WAS the last time you cleaned this?

There’s a reason it’s called a birdBATH, you know. How am I supposed to bathe in this old dirty water?

Yes, I know: “it’s been a long, cold lonely winter”, and all that.  That’s really no excuse. The swans have been bragging that you fed them all winter – even when you had to trudge through the snow!

So what does a poor little bluebird have to do to get a little fresh water?


7 responses to “The Bluebird Of Unhappiness

  1. You are SOOO lucky to see a bluebird and to get a picture of it. I can’t remember the last time I saw one…perhaps it’s nesting near your house. Get on the ball, Dianna, and clean that birdbath so it will stick around!! LOL!

  2. Oh my goodness. The best photo yet. He is beautiful.

  3. It’s almost as though he was just waiting patiently for you to get a good pic (or maybe he’s waiting on that fresh water ….!)

  4. Here’s hoping that the Bluebird finds a nice clean birdbath full of water and lives happily ever after!

  5. Oh, poor dear!!! Love these little guys, and I love that first photo! Pine cones are a wonderful addition to the ambience! 🙂

  6. Awww…what a sweet little guy! I would love to find a little bluebird at my feeder. Great catch!

  7. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Birds are truly a gift from God. Get busy and clean that bird bath Dianna.
    Spring is coming. 🙂

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