Fun Monday- Do Do Do Lookin’ out my back door

Pamela at The Dust Will Wait wants us to follow the rules! Here they are: I want to see what you see on any given morning this week; from somewhere very near where you live. Front porch, back porch, down the street, around the corner. Just makes sure it’s your neighborhood. Post a photo that will send me to the travel agent to book a weekend at your local Bed & Breakfast.

So maybe it’s not b&b worthy, but here goes: the view from my back door! The corn cob (bunnies and squirrels are so happy we have this)…

My pretty flowers…2 of the 3.. the third one finally started blooming last week. Orange!
And my pretty feeder, note the downed trees behind it, the squirrels like to play tag up and down the branches to the ground…And last but not least, my hubby. He just got done saying “Don’t you Dare!” And I got him. He’s inside my back door, but I love him anyway!


  1. Maybe I need to put up one of those corn cob thingies. We don’t see very many squirrels out here, though there is plenty of other wildlife.

    Danny makes that same face every time I try to take his picture. I don’t understand it because he is rather photogenic. Yesterday he hid my camera and then forgot he hid it. I looked all over the house, but couldn’t find it and had to go for my walk without it. I almost had to hurt him for that one.

  2. Your view is very nice. I love to see the squirrels and birds out our back door, and we don’t have wild bunnies, but a couple pets we can see from there as well. My kids had that expression when I wanted a photo for my post and some asked for money. Happy Fun Monday.

  3. We fed the squirrels when we lived in MI. They were so big and plump and beautiful.

    These Alabama squirrels are like rats, though. We avoid them as much as possible.

    We even have a video of hubby handfeeding one of them. Should try to get that on the old blog, I think.

    Sorry I got here so late! I’ve been hiding from the squirrels…

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