Windowpane Wednesday: Snow Day

Within the past week, we’ve had not one, but two snow events. Granted, each one only gave us a dusting of snow, but for our area, we take what we can get.

Last Sunday morning was the second one of our snow ‘storms’, and Sundae discovered some feathered friends outside the window of her room. She enjoyed watching from the comfort and warmth of her window seat.

I was able to capture this short video.  You can see a squirrel scampering by, a tiny wren make a brief appearance in the lower right corner, and a cardinal fly by. Oh, and you can see it snowing!  We have three bird feeders just to the right of the shrub you can see in the video. I love watching Sundae’s ears as she takes in all the action. (There’s no sound, except about halfway through, when I whisper and ask her what she sees.)

 

Sundae says humans aren’t the only ones who enjoy watching birds on a snowy day.

~These Days Of Mine~

6 responses to “Windowpane Wednesday: Snow Day

  1. That looks like a perfect place for a kitty to hang out.

  2. She was definitely enjoying the view. That would be my perfect kind of spot to watch the snow too – with a cup of coffee and a book. Maybe we’ll get another opportunity this winter.

  3. You can tell Sundae enjoys her “kitty TV!”

  4. Lots for our kitties to watch these past several snowy days! Sundae looks like she’s enjoying the show for sure. Teddy has as well…..we had birds sheltering on the front porch during the snow – just about drove Ted crazy!

    pam

  5. A Winter Wild-Kingdom !

  6. Shirley Matthews Dunn

    Sundae has the best seat and window in your home..

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