robin birds are here

Guess what I saw Friday afternoon!?!

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Robin birds in my front yard!!
I was so excited I could hardly stand myself!
I wrote long ago of my love of Spring and the importance of seeing the first robin of Spring in Spring is springing!.

Spring isn’t quite sprung around here, we’re expecting more snow this week.
But these birdies don’t seem to care! They were frolicking all over the yard Friday afternoon!
I went out to get the mail and this is the only bird that didn’t fly away when I opened the front door!
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I woke yesterday morning to the sound of their singing: Cheerily, cheer up, cheer up, cheerily, cheer up.
Even with more snow on the way, these robins are here. And with them, the promise of spring!
I am one happy Robynbird!

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6 thoughts on “robin birds are here

  1. Ah! Robin birds. Hooray for your part of the world 🙂

  2. Yay, robin’s are always great to see this time of year. Happy that Spring isn’t too long from now. 😀

    • My mom always made such a big deal about robin birds and how special they are and how they have the same name as (us) me and they’re red like me (my hair) too. So they’re not just heralds of spring, they’re possibly my “spirit animal”.

      • I like robin’s and have a few left of my collection. My smaller space doesn’t have enough to hold a lot of stuff. I had 20 or more glass and porcelain robins. I have about 5 left. 🙂

      • Those 5 are the lucky ones. And I suspect your favorites. ❤

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