Tuesday, June 7, 2016

Dog and Owner Rescue Hummingbird




Thanks, Rye.

43 comments:

  1. Aaaaaw, what a lovely story - love rescues the world. Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

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    1. Thanks, Val. Both dog, man and bird are amazing aren't they?

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  2. I don't think we have humming birds here and I was very excited to see some in Canada last year.

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    1. Aren't they fascinating? I love little hummers.

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  3. What a heartwarming story to commence the day. Thanks Sandra for sharing.
    Yvonne.

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  4. What a lovely story, and the man is so caring.

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  5. Awww...such cuteness and goodness.

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  6. That is the most unique story I have ever heard. Wow!

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      Thanks for stopping by, Shortybear.

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  8. Hi, dear Sandra!

    It is indeed a miracle and the perfect "pay it forward" story. Children everywhere should watch that video and learn how great it feels to be kind to animals and to each other.

    Happy Tuesday, dear friend Sandra!

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    1. I agree, Shady. I love Pay It Forward' Stories:)

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  9. what a unique houseguest, I have a lot around me and 6 feeders.

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  10. I love your weekly posts like this. I showed it to my hubby and we are both touched by this story. It is so unique and just shows the beauty of animals and humans.

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    1. Some animals and people have wonderful spirits.
      I'm glad to hear you like these posts, Birgit. Thanks for letting me know.
      Hugs

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  11. Wow, that is quite the unique rescue indeed. Animals sure help one another more than may humans.

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    1. They sure do help one another, Pat.

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  12. That is such a great story. How wonderful for the dog and the hummingbird.

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  13. So adorable and cute. Great story.

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  14. Aw. That's amazing. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Yes, thank you for sharing it with us. I need to go dil the hummingbird feeder now.

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  16. all burd jokes a side..... { once again we canna heer de sound coz of de pea cee that thinkz itz a vacuum } .. but de burd drinkin frum de waterz bowl iz prette kewl !! ☺☺☺♥♥♥

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  17. Oh my goodness! What an adorable story!

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    1. Glad you enjoyed it, Cherie:)
      Have a great evening.

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  18. I was nearly overwhelmed when I saw this. I even teared up. I'm a sentimentalist, I've been told. Thanks for sharing this lovely video with us.

    You asked about Craft Barn and stampers. It's a challenge I joined in January that is sponsored by the Craft Barn, a UK company that sells lots of mixed media supplies.

    I participated two years ago when the theme was lyrics and quotes, where every two weeks you were given a different word and had to find a quote or lyrics to go with the word. Then you had to create a piece of art that was suitable to illustrate the word. If you go to my Previous Collaborations page and scroll down to 2014, you will see all the quotes and lyrics I created. If you look closely, I only used stamps twice, and once was a stamp I made myself.

    This year, each fortnight (I simply love that word) we are given a new letter. Sometimes there's a twist where we have to add something. One of the twists I alluded to in my post was we got the letter J and had to add a dragonfly to our art.

    I am a mixed media artist and I don't stamp much. I usually use images from magazines, books, etc. to create my pieces, but this week I had all these tea related stamps, and couldn't think of anything better. Hope that explains this challenge to you.

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  19. This story is so uplifting. I have a bird so I am overjoyed to hear of a bird rescue. Thanks for sharing.

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  20. Sandra, you made my day and you made my mom's day too! Mom's favourite bird! Love this! Big Hugs!

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