Thursday, June 17

Operation: Save Baby Bird.

This past week has been rather interesting.  A few ups and downs to say the least.  Among the highlights, I rescued a baby bird.
The side of our house is covered in ivy and a bit of an aviary.  Last Thursday, thunderstorms rolled through and must have shaken loose a bird's nest from the ivy.  One little bird held on through the fall and the rainy night.  
The long and short of the story, the little bird was taken to the Wildlife Rescue Center in Roseville. (Thanks Aunt Bev for driving me and the birdie!)
The rescue center wasn't sure if it would make it.  The birdie was really cold, most likely dehydrated and hungry.
I received an email from them today saying that the little guy is in the avian nursery with other little American Robins of the same age and doing well.
Warms my heart!

Keep being strong Lil' Robin.

Friday, June 4

Birds of a Feather

Its started with a bird.

The bird turned into a banner.
 Then the bird turned into a pattern.


Splish Splash and Bouncin'

Yes, it was a month ago!  But, this is the invite that ended up going out for Caden's birthday party!
It was a blast! They rented a big bounce inflatable thing that big kids, like me, could bounce in too.  Even though it was rainy and cold, my nephew didn't come out of that thing for the entire party except to open presents and eat cake.  He still didn't want to do either one of those two things cause bouncing was WAY more important.
P.S. He LOVES cars.