Bottoms Up

Every once in a while I do a double-take when I see waterfowl feeding under water. For a moment, I stared at these geese completely unable to identify the species. Then their heads pop back up and I feel dumb.

Funny how the phrase “bottoms up” usually involves intake of some kind, whether you’re human or aviary.

I see these birds every day, and I take pictures of them almost every day. One of these days you are all going to get sick to death of my bird pictures. Personally, I prefer having birds making their way through my back yard as opposed to the other critters that hang around here: an endless supply of rats, bugs and other creepy crawlies that I cannot identify. Although it is nice to see the bees back in action.

There is a giant squirrel that lives around here, but my camera has yet to capture him. Don’t tell anyone, but I’m actually a little bit afraid of him. Shhhh!


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Seattle writer, Judy Schwartz Haley, blogs about raising a toddler while battling cancer, finishing a degree, and fending off ninjas. Also, she needs more coffee.
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