I've been playing in my craft room all day, and have nothing to show for it but pretty trash. So instead of a card, I'm sharing some photos of my crooked bird feeder.
You see, the feeder holds a cylinder of seed, and the birds roost on the base and nibble on the seeds. It starts out looking like this:
That's a full (new) cylinder of seed. I'm mighty proud I managed to capture papa cardinal, too!
As the birds work on the seed, you can see where they work:
I have short birds. Look at the guy on the right in this next photo:
He's stre-e-e-e-e-etching his poor neck to where he's likely to choke! Can't have that!
Oh, check out that bird on the left. Isn't he handsome?
My apologies to the bird on the right. You're handsome, too.
So to save them from their shortness, I do this:
Seed cylinder has been flipped, and the birds are once again happy.
In other news, tomorrow is the big reveal of my new blog feature. Y'all come back now, you hear?
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