T is for Tiny Pleasures, Tufted Titmouse, Tea Kettle and Time

photo-71T is for a Tiny pleasure shared with my great friend Nilla one moisty spring morning a few years ago.

Armed with binoculars, bird book, and anticipation, Nilla and I Tiptoed through the Muddy Creek Greenway, our ears thirsty funnels for the spills of Trills and Warbly Tunes.

Our beloved Muddy Creek Greenway is one of nature’s abundant aviaries in which a deciduous forest lines a stream ( this one esoterically named Muddy Creek) and butts up against a pasture, creating the perfect home for permanent residents or hostel for our transitory migrants–the tiny warblers.

Nilla and I crept stealThily, suddenly sTopping and poinTing in the direction of: “Tea Kettle, Tea Kettle, Tea Kettle” of the bumpTious Carolina Wrenphoto-81 or the “PeTer, PeTer, PeTer of the Tufted Titmouse (top picture), or the announcemenT of the ConfidenT Towhee that it is time to “Drink you Teaeaeaeaeaea. . . . . . .”:   Hear long and drawn out warbly TEA . . . . . .

I am so graTeful for This Time with sweeT Nilla and sharing parTs of our highesT naTures Together.  IT was Precious Time AnTicipating Thrilling Trills Together– Tiny Treats, connecTing through SpiriT, both inside and ouTside of Time.

I am graTeful for Time with Nilla.

Author: Margaret Huntley Harrison

I’m a painter using my gifts to transform the seemingly ordinary into the beautiful and extraordinary. What I love more than anything is tracking down, creating, and spreading the beauty in our amazing world! And I LOVE helping you find and spread your beauty into your home, your family and your world. Art for sale: fineartamerica.com Margaret Huntley Harrison

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