Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Nest

When we were in the mountains I found this little nest. I started to turn it over but Leonard (always the cautious one) said "leave it alone, it's a mouse nest or some other little creature." It had been under the snow all winter. I wish I knew exactly what it was. Have a great day. Diane

8 comments:

Angela said...

I think I would have thrown caution to the wind and taken a little peek!! I've always been nosy!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hmmmmm... I'm like you Diane. I would want to check it out...

Do you feel a year older????? After all of this knee problem, I feel 100 yrs. older... ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I'm with the others,I would have checked it out.Now you can have fun imagining what it might have been.
BLessings,Ruth

June said...

Yep, your hubs is over-ruled on this one. I would have looked at it too, but then, I like to see how others live.hehe
I am so sorry to have missed your birthday Diane. A little late but I hope it was full of joy. From reading your past posts it was for sure. I am so glad that you were able to go back to a place that has meant so much to you. That is such a special way to spend a special day. Did you mark the spot so you can find it again? I love going back to places that bring all the memories of my childhood back. I have seen the pictures you have shown of your youth and you seem to have had a wonderful family. I have been blessed as well. Such wonderful memories to relive every chance I get.
hugs

Angela said...

Thanks Diane, I love getting your comments. I think we could be good friends if we lived a little closer. Do you live anywhere near Sheriden(how do you spell it?)? I have an aunt there.

Laurie said...

Yeah I have to say I would have sneaked a peak myself! Ken would have said the same thing though Diane,

Zuzu said...

I would have peeked. I found a robin's nest in a blue spruce and waited until the end of Fall to remove it from the tree. Hubby thought it was creepy that I wanted to have it indoors, but I think nests are beautiful.
Have yourself a wonderful day, Diane!
Hugs,
Zuzu

Pondside said...

I'm with you, Diane! I'd have peeked too!