When I'm not busy trying to adjust to our new home and life, I'm often out on the patio watching our bird-sock bully.
Seriously, we have a bully at the thistle sock. Note the fellow on the left is chewing out the bird on the right, whose little stomach is probably rumbling but who has no choice but to save his feathers. Bully bird bites and will even snatch thistle from another bird's beak!
I don't know what possessed me to type up that nonsense about the bird on the invisible perch but after fooling around with a few bird photos, I started to think about the fact that that's kind of what I'm doing -- sitting on my perch, waiting for God. That's the wrong way around. I need to get off my perch and fly. So, I'll be working on that in the coming months. I am writing up a list of changes that I want to make to the blog. That will involve what types of books I accept for review (if any), which specific days I want to post and what kind of format I want to use to write my "reviews" or thoughts about the books I read, what blogger activities I may want to join in on. Most important is how much time I'm willing to spend on the computer. I'm finding that right now I need to move more and work on my creative side. I'm not entirely sure how things are going to work out.
In the meantime, I'll keep working on night photography lessons, cleaning house, paying bills, reading, and pondering, going on walks in the nature center and around the neighborhood, trying to relearn how to cook.
One thing I don't plan to mess with is Fiona Friday. I don't have any photos of Fiona or Isabel worth posting, this week, but maybe I'll come up with one by tomorrow. If not, there's always next Friday. Change is good. I'm ready.
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