East is East and West in West, but I love my nest the best

West is West, but I like my nest the best” contributed by

Linda from shoreacres  who write the best stories and gives you things to remember and contemplate too.


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4 Responses to “East is East and West in West, but I love my nest the best”

  1. Jim O'Donnell Says:

    That is sweet!


  2. shoreacres Says:

    That’s just so nice. And you know what? I found an abandoned bird’s nest on the ground today that looks much like yours. It’s the third one I’ve found in past years – I love them.

    Your photo’s great. I like the two leaves on the right. It looks like someone was decorating!


  3. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Linda, I hadn’t thought of the two leaves that way but it drew me in for sure. I love finding them as well. This one I will leave alone and try to capture it later in the season, or maybe everytime we walk up stream. My honey always hits this hole so I know right where it is and I doubt anyone else will find it now that all the leaves are covering it up. thanks so much for the suggestion and your lovely visits too.


  4. newmexicomtngirl Says:

    Thanks Jim


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