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Sunday, June 8, 2008

Best Shot Monday ~ The Squirrel Feeder

Mia and I are visiting my mom this week. In Ita's garden, there are several little creatures that my mom (Ita) takes much pleasure in moving around so Mia can find them in a different spot in the morning. The morning critter hunt is the highlight of every morning here at Ita's house.

This morning, Mia tired to feed a very under ripe orange to a resin squirrel...stuff memories are made of.


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15 comments:

Andrea said...

And I thought that was a lime!

Ita's garden looks lovely.

Crunchy Domestic Goddess said...

that is sooo sweet. :) what a kind-hearted daughter you have. :)

HipMomma said...

My mom's garden is just like that and the girls love it. Except it's the girls that move the animals around in her garden.

C-man and Mama said...

Glad to see you both arrived safely! What? Resin squirrels dont eat?

kim said...

so cute! Are you sure that's not a very large lime? I"m sure the squirrel enjoyed it's snack.

❉ pixie ❉ said...

I have little treasures hidden in my gardens as well—a pair of kissing bunnies, a resin birdhouse that looks like an old camera, a Buddha statue, etc.

These are such cute shots (and I thought it was a lime as well).

anja said...

Sweet little Mia in her jammies at her Ita's house. I'm sure she is making her Ita very happy. Glad to see you arrived safely after 9 hours of one curve on a straight road.

anja said...

Ok 4+3 is 7 hours, got it.

Jaimee said...

I love that first picture...I thought it was a lime too!

Never That Easy said...

What a sweet memory to have.

Maggie said...

That is too fun - what a sweet shot!

susiej said...

That is magical...

Christina said...

Oh my goodness, that is awesome! What a moment. That's a friendly squirrel! I thought it was a lime, too.

Golightly said...

how funny, it does look like a lime! and what a cute idea for you mom to move them around every morning.

Amy Jo said...

I love the color in that first shot!