Week #27 challenge was Birds with Red Feathers.
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As we approach the holidays, red and green are prominent branding colors for Christmas. If you celebrate a different holiday, I will wish you a happy one here. We celebrate Christmas and both my trees are filled with birds. Not real birds, except one year a Carolina Wren was in a potted plant that we brought in from freezing temps and didn’t know it was in there. It flew through our house and landed at the top of the Christmas Tree. Did I think to grab my camera? NO! I was so freaked out that the bird would hurt itself. We finally got it to fly back through our kitchen and towards the back door. It was unharmed as it finally made its escape. That happened on my red tree which has cardinal ornaments and all the ornaments that my kids made when they were young. It is actually a green tree with red and gold decor that is 28 years old and still looks awesome! Obviously artificial. I have allergies so a real tree is not an option. My other tree is the blue tree. Again, it is green but with blue and silver decor. Has all kinds of birds perched on it, plus bird ornaments all over.
Welcome to the newcomers, Ark and Brian. We now have 3 Lisa’s, 2 Brian’s and Partridge in a Pear Tree. Okay, it would be cool to see a Partridge in a Pear Tree but that Carolina Wren was pretty awesome.
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Next up: Week #28: Birds near or in the water or snow. This will be the last Bird Weekly Challenge of 2020. Next week, I’m off for the holidays, but will do a round-up. Week #29 will resume on January 1, 2021! Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy Kwanzaa or whatever holiday you celebrate this holiday season. If you are Scrooge or the Grinch – Merry Christmas to you as well!
I look forward to seeing your creations this week!