And what will poor robin do the, poor thing?
He'll sit in a barn and keep h8imself warm
And hide his head under his wing, poor thing."
This nursery rhyme has a 16th century British origin.
Good Saturday morning to you! Are you keeping warm where you are? I know that some of the followers of this blog live in locations that are much colder than we are here. We are cold here today, but the prediction is for a record low temperature of 1 degree on Monday night!
We actually woke to snow covering the ground, driveway, and street on Friday morning.
|Looking toward the west. The rising sun is making quite a shadow!|
|Looking toward the east across the back of our property.|
Referring to the rhyme at the beginning of the post, it isn't unusual for us to see robins during the winter months around here. Our "barn" is the building to the left in the picture. I wouldn't consider it to be a place for keeping warm in the winter, though!:-)
I hope you are staying safe and warm, wherever you are!
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