Windowpane Wednesday: Swinging

A few weeks ago, when I completed the One Word Wednesday alphabet “series”, I asked for ideas from my readers for a new Wednesday blog meme. One of my friends suggested “Windowpane Wednesday”.  As you know, I often share photos of the wildlife in our yard, many of which are taken through a window.

I don’t know that there will be a Windowpane Wednesday each week, but today, I thought I’d test the waters.

Motor Man and I are enjoying the bird feeders outside our kitchen window. We also have feeders and a swing for the hummingbirds. I remember the first time I saw a hummie on the swing and still find it hard to believe that they perch on it.

This little girl was enjoying the swing on a breezy day a couple of weeks ago. (Please either mute the sound or excuse the background audio from our scanner; sometimes a downside to videos taken through a windowpane.)

 

Stay tuned to see if Windowpane Wednesday actually becomes a ‘series’, and thanks, Lori, for the idea.

~These Days Of Mine~

6 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Swinging

  1. Well good luck with your new series……sure do love to see those hummies!

    Pam

  2. Cute! Since there is a bear roaming around our neighborhood, we took our bird feeders down and will put them back up next winter. The bear has been attacking bird feeders and suet cake holders so I don’t want him/her to think there’s a free lunch at our house!

  3. What a neat concept for your blog. Love that cutie and the color stripe down its back. Looking forward to the next window pane.

  4. I like this idea … great vid and great pic ! – I bet we’ll be seeing more Windowpane Wednesdays !

  5. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Windowpane Wednesday is a success. The hummingbird is so sweet sitting on the swing.

  6. What a fun idea and sweet way to start it!

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