Friday, August 3, 2012


Have you ever had that feeling that somebody is watching you?
Well, here I was this morning, cleaning my back porch before
the thermometer hit 100 degrees and I just couldn't shake that feeling.

It was very early in the morning and everything was so quiet.
When I turned around, I had this guy sitting on my fence just 
watching everything I was doing. LOL

What kind of bird is this?
I have never seen anything quite like him!
He stayed and visited for the longest time, so I just
had to take his picture.

Cute, hah?
Now I am curious where he came from.
You sure never know what you are going to run into in Texas!
I hope you guys have a fabulous weekend!




  1. OHMYGOODNESS! THAT is QUITE a bird! You don't have any others like that around there then? Amazing~ xo Diana

  2. He is a crazy looking thing, whatever he is! Mind you, he was probably wondering what you were doing up so early, lol.

  3. Wow, what an 'interesting' bird! I haven't seen one like that before, here in Texas! You've got me curious!

  4. That's so true you never know here in the big T. I want to say an ibis ( hope I spelled that right)

  5. Cute for sure! Sure doen't look at home in Texas. Looks more tropical. Maybe a Heron or an Egret. Looks like he was enjoying watching you as much as you enjoyed watching him. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.

  6. Hello Maria Elena
    I think its a Heron crane .... but not sure as I don't know much about birds. Perhaps he got lost from the migrating crowd.
    I've been viewing the first tour of your house which has left me very impressed. You have a wonderful home I can see a lot of love as gone into it. I'm looking forward now to finding a moment to sit down with a good cup of tea (I'm a tea addict)to enjoy the second part of your video.

    Keep well

    Amanda :-)

  7. That sure is something. It would not be unusual to see a crane here as we live in a Lake community and I have seen them. One time in Florida there was a Flamingo on our front that was a site to see.

  8. We live close to Georgetown..they are nicknamed cow birds...some type of egret


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