Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Peak A Boo

I see you....

Yes you... the one with the camera!
LOL...Now that we have that over with ... I think Sophie was irritated when my hubby took this picture!

We have had a zany weekend over here with ducks.  
I was painting the back of the house when I heard, "Quack, quack, quack"

I was on the second floor and looked over to see three babies in my neighbors pool.  On our side of the fence was a Mommy duck and 6 ducklings.  I felt so bad for her to be separated from her babies!  With some good team work my neighbor, my husband and I reunited the family (walked her over to his side of the fence and he put them back with her). 

One little duckling was injured and couldn't keep up.  She left and I thought it had gone with her.  Hours later, this little one came to the driveway.  Poor little baby.  I didn't know what to do so we put him in a box with some water and started making phone calls.  Animal control said they would take him but would have to euthanize it.  No way was that going to happen!

We kept it over night and after lots of phone calls on Monday morning found a Duck Rescue to return it to.  So happy to have helped it out... when it go there it seemed pretty lethargic.  I think he was just happy to be back with it's own kind!

I guess sometimes we are guided even when we don't realize the Universe is using us...

So grateful to be of assistance even if I still feel badly that the Mommy duck had to loose this little one. 

Have a great week - hope you too are trusting the guidance!


Tanya @ Bead and Needle said...

Ahhhhh - thank you for rescuing that little one! Hope the rest of your week is remarkable, and that Sophie cheers up! :-)

My Garden Diaries said...

You did a good thing saving that sweet little one! Your post warmed my heart friend! And I love your journal page...so powerful! Wishing you an outstanding week! Nicole xo

Magic Love Crow said...

This is such a great post Tammy!
Sorry I didn't replie to your e-mail, but I did share it with mom ;o) She said thanks for the information about the rhubarb ;o)