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I live in the country and am surrounded by woods. I love nature. Birds are my favorites. My backyard is full of birds and chipmunks rabbits and squirrels. They bring so much happiness to me. I love my land and my home!
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A Window Away
|by Sandi Vander Sluis
I look out my window what do I see
a cardinal, a blue jay and a chickadee
They sit on my feeder or in my tree
they're fun to watch and company
When singing their pretty song
my worries and cares are gone
Hummingbirds enjoy my flowers
succulent nectar they love to devour
The chipmunk fills his cheeks
with the seeds that he seeks
He scurries away back to his den
then comes back for seeds again
Rabbits run, hop. and play
on this wonderful sunny day
Mother Nature is a window away
I am thankful for this every day
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