Monday, November 4, 2013


"Mockingbirds don't do one thing but make music for us to enjoy... but sing their hearts out for us. That's why it's a sin to kill a mockingbird."

Harper Lee  To Kill a Mockingbird

This is the guy peering at me from above our parked truck on a day when Jack was inside a store getting rental quotes for land-clearing equipment.  My leg decided not to work that day and I was secretly feeling sorry for myself having to sit still so long until this fellow (or gal?) began to fuss, then to serenade.  A music break!


Sandy said...

Mockingbirds sing so beautifully. Sorry to hear you were having a bad day. I hope all is better.

To kill a mockingbird, great book!!!

Robbyn said...

Sandy, so often I just never come here to post if I don't have something to "report." This leg has become its own entity sometimes...I never know how it's going to be any given day, and that's just my reality. So I decided not to avoid mentioning it any more. NOT feeling sorry for myself, but just wanting to "keep it real"'s my reality in this homesteading journey and I love it all, the good the bad, the mundane and the ugly. All told, it's still "all good," even when it's not, ha!

lotta joy said...

When we moved to Florida, I wanted to hear all the birds singing 365 days a year.

Imagine my broken heart when I just saw crow's and one Mocking bird. But it's the only way I can hear "different" songs.between24