Singing a different kind of blues…

Easter Bluebird blues that is. It was a cold and snowy day when I fell and while I probably should’ve gone straight home, I initially didn’t feel anything (other than embarrassment) so we left for another favorite birding spot – one that was covered in ice and snow too but there was one clear path and I stuck to that!

I’m glad I went because the area (a large local park with several bird feeders) had an abundance of sweet little birds that day including more Bluebirds than I’ve ever seen in one spot! I took a lot of photos of these and the other birds before the cold and the pain from the fall finally made me go home.

Eastern Bluebird, bird photography, wildlife photography, Ohio nature
Female Eastern Bluebird
Male Eastern Bluebird

I would say that it’s almost two weeks now and I’m doing much better. The wrist was fine in a few days, the headaches and then the body aches that followed , while far less severe, are slowly fading. Not gone yet but fading. The weather states that we may have a snow, freezing rain and ice storm again tonight.

I am NOT leaving the house!!!

Teri πŸ“·

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20 Responses to Singing a different kind of blues…

  1. John says:

    Beautiful photos, Teri! I’m glad that you are feeling better and please, do stay home! I’ve been through many ice storms in Michigan, they are so terrible… Be safe.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    Falls really suck. Yikes! Beautiful bluebirds.

  3. shoreacres says:

    Isn’t it amazing how the body will heal itself over time? Occasionally I have that funny experience where I suddenly realize I don’t hurt any more. I always wonder, “When did that happen?”

    The bluebird photos are wonderful. I know they’re around here, but I’ve only ever seen one, in my aunt’s backyard in the Kansas City area. Maybe this will be the year, but in the meantime I’ll just enjoy yours.

  4. Pit says:

    I’m glad you’re on the mend! Keeping my fongers crossed for a speedy full recovery.

  5. Garfield Hug says:

    Great that you are up and about, taking nice photos for ours eyes! Stay in when the weather acts up. Take care.

  6. buddy71 says:

    good to know you are feeling better

  7. Nancy says:

    Glad you are on the mend. The bluebirds are adorable!

  8. equinoxio21 says:

    Stay home indeed. Your bluebirds are beautiful.

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