This week at Less is More the theme is Monsters
Digital Image: Polly Craft
Sentiment: Computer generated
Dies: Lawn Fawn & Spellbinders
Card: UPM, Simon Says Paper
On a different topic, it's magpie swooping season. People use different strategies such as fake eyes and spiky helmets trying to avoid attacks.. Expert advise that the best way is to make friends with them. Apparently magpies can recognise and remember human faces and once you have gained their trust they will be a friend for life.
We have had a couple of magpies visit us every day for quite a number years now and they never swoop us. They even bring thier babies. Having magpies sing to you first thing in the morning is a lovely way to start the day. Recently I found a lovely Facebook page The Magpie Whisperer https://www.facebook.com/themagpiewhisperer/ It has some wonderful videos of magpies.
Today a colleague lent me the book Penguin Bloom - The odd little bird who saved a family. This is a true story of how an injured magpie chick helps and brings hope to a family whose mother has suffered a horrendous accident. The book is full of beautiful photographs of the family and thier magpie, Penguin, taken by the father. I am really looking forward to reading the book.
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