“Listen to the butterfly” – Beverly Stowe McClure, Literary Classics Award Winning Author, Under the Purple Moon


Look at this beautiful Cardinal. Here’s his story.

BirdCardinalYes, you’re correct. He’s not outside in a tree. He’s in the house in a pink cat carrier. Why? you ask. It could have been a sad story, but God turned it into a happy story. Here’s what happened.

Our patio has three tall windows and birds sometimes, as they fly through the patio area, crash into the window glass. I’ve put up blinds to hopefully warn them it isn’t a straight through flight.  It breaks my heart when a bird hits the glass head on. Most do not survive. I have a small corner of the yard where they lie at rest.

Anyhow, one day, I heard the thud and new we had another casualty. I went running outside praying for survival. He was out cold, but still breathing. So I brought him in the house and put him in the cat carrier. For a long time nothing happened. I was getting pretty discouraged when he moved. After a few minutes he started hopping around the carrier. And I knew he would survive. I put the carrier in front of the patio door, opened the door to the carrier, and he got the message. He flew away, alive and well.

I love stories with happy endings.

A happy weekend to you all.




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