Panoramic View of Birds – Blue Jay

Blue Jay


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Follow up…


I‘ve made some adjustments to my daily life in order to make my recovery speedier and my health safer. I usually do many things everyday that keep me busy many hours, and to these I add my taking care of my landscape that require quite an amount of physical work. I’ve just hired a landscape service company to do the work for me. I agreed to what they charge and they’ll be doing the landscaping for us ‘till the end of the season.

They came and did their work while we were out. The result was really impressive. Lucy and I were elated when we returned home from seeing a Doctor for my procedure follow-up.

We were very satisfied with the terrific job they did. Now, I’ve been looking at my year’s budgets and I believe it would be a great idea if I contract this company for next year.

The Doctor GI Specialist said that in six weeks I must go for an Endoscopy and see how well everything they did has healed. Meanwhile they are analyzing my new blood samples for any traces of cancerous presence, blood count and H Pylori bacteria.

Other than that everything is just “peachy”!


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From the bottom of my heart…


I’m blessed by having such great blog friends. It helps a person to get a speedy recovery. It’s a fact. Reading your sweet words and kind hopes, really infuses a great amount of energy in my mind, hence my body.  My most sincere thanks to all of you.

I love you. – H.J.


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My Visitor: Blue Jay

Blue Jay


The Blue Jay (Cyanocitta cristata) is a passerine bird in the family Corvidae, native to North America. It is resident through most of eastern and central United States, although western populations may be migratory.


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Big Guns…


These birds ( See photos) are the “big guns”, because they come to my feeders continuously and act like milling machines! They consume  great amount of feed daily!

There’s a lot of activity in the backyard bird wise. Many birds stop by for a meal, and there are the locals that hang out or bring seeds to their nests. Last week was  a rainy week followed by some pleasant weather and then turn hot. This season is very favorable for the vegetation in general, my lawns, shrubs, trees hedges etc. look so healthy and strong. I’m happy for that!

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