Sorry. It’s not about Chinese food, although I would love to have some right about now.
The brightness of the sky today got “dim some” when the fog rolled in. After days of heavy rain, the clouds regrouped and pondered their next mode of attack, increasingly darkening the sky as the day wore on.
After a while, the fog moved into our place higher up on the hill, and we lived in a cloud for much of the day.
Even Rufus, the spotted towhee, had trouble finding the feeder until Goldie (the golden crowned sparrow) chirped to let him in on the meal.
Groping, groping as we fly,
What has happened to the sky?
It’s not blue nor full of rain,
Will we see the sun again?
Chilly, chilly is the air,
Need to find nutritious fare,
Build our strength and warm us up,
Need some grains for us to sup.
Foggy, foggy all around,
Where can all the seeds be found?
Goldie chirps and calls to me,
She’s my compass, friend, I see.
Sharing, sharing all the seeds,
She has way more than she needs,
Nice of her to share her lunch,
Think I love her a whole bunch.
By the way, Rufus and Goldie both invite you to check out Anneli’s bargains for her books at https://wordsfromanneli.com/2021/11/21/book-bargains/
A great deal until Christmas.