In these hard economic times, we are still trying to keep a tight budgie.

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wife and mother, musician, composer / poet, teacher, and observer of the world, flawed Christ-follower
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27 Responses to In these hard economic times, we are still trying to keep a tight budgie.

  1. Do the budgies live outside there??? Here in Seattle, Washington, it is raining. People, birds and animals take shelter!

  2. lorieb says:

    he is pretty! i bet someone is missing him, hopefully he finds him way home soon…

  3. nutsfortreasure says:

    🙂

  4. Ruth says:

    Uh oh. Hope you can lure him and he makes it through the season.

  5. tootlepedal says:

    That fence is a bird magnet.

  6. Mike says:

    Wow, an escaped Budgie. That must have startled you some. I do hope you are able to save him, although I bet he is enjoying his freedom.

    • He seems to be enjoying his vacation. I first saw him last night; then, he came again this a.m. when I was out with my camera. I kind of hoped he would fly to me, since he is most likely used to people. My faithful dog may have been a deterent.

  7. He is so pretty. The blue bird against the pick flowers is perfect.

  8. Lindy Lee says:

    Is it true that other birds will kill escaped parakeets? Or, is this one fortunate to be one of many others living in the wild near your home?

  9. Susan says:

    Oh I hope you are able to rescue that little guy! For now, he’s probably loving his new found freedom! Wonderful images, as always!

  10. pattisj says:

    How pretty, he looks nice with those flowers. Hope you’re able to rescue him.

  11. dorannrule says:

    I have a feeling you will be able to lure Budgie into a cage. He’s probably used to one and a little food will do it. I hope so. He’s too cute and sweet to be lost.

  12. Lilly, once again, you made me smile and put it ALL in perspective! Thanks! Is that a pet or a wild budgie?

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