Cold February

The last few days have been very cold here. The highest the temp the last few days has been 4 degrees with a wind chill of -20. We’ve had ice and snow so we decided to start feeding the birds. Let me tell you those little critters can eat. We went thru 40 lbs of seeds inside a week. Today we got some more for the next week, then the temps should be going up. This means I have spent a lot of time looking out my windows watching the birds and not sewing like I should be. Oh well.

May be an image of bird, snow, nature and tree
May be an image of bird and nature
May be an image of snow
May be an image of bird, nature and snow
May be an image of snow

These were taken last week. Today we counted 6 male and 6 female Cardinals, 4 Blue Jay’s, Woodpeckers, Starlings, and can’t forget the 2 Morning Doves. Granddaughter ran from kitchen window to sewing room windows and was counting them. Some she counted several times so I won’t give her numbers.

Now I am going to work these 2 quilts and hopefully getting one of them done by Friday. I am giving myself deadlines as if I don’t I’m not sure how long it will take. This way there will be no watching the birds.

Stay warm and stay safe.

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3 thoughts on “Cold February

  1. I am so grateful we don’t have your temperatures but we do not have electricity so not making anything I had planned this week is on the back burner. The burner with no electricity. Sorry it’s so cold there.


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