Three inches of snow had fallen overnight.
As I looked out the upstairs window, I saw that our snow plower had come that morning. The driveway was cleared of snow. Heading downstairs, I walked to the laundry room window and peeked to see if my husband had had a chance to shovel the walkway. Ahhh – I had to add this to my list of things to do.
After breakfast I headed to the garage and grabbed the snow pusher. I was glad that my brother-in-law had told me about the difference between a snow shovel and a snow pusher. This pusher made my job a lot easier.
Opening the side door in the garage that led to the outside, I was greeted with a beautiful blue sky. Stepping outside, I shoveled a pathway to the front of the garage doors and over to the front walkway. I was glad that this snowfall was light because it made my life much simpler.
Once the snow was shoveled, I headed indoors, went to the kitchen and started preparing my husband’s lunch for the next day. With the ingredients out on the counter top, I turned around and happened to look out the window where a cardinal was staring at me. The cardinal kept still then looked this way and that.
I wondered if I could quickly grab my camera to take a picture of him. Moving slowly away from the window, I grabbed my camera, focused and started taking pictures. “He” kept still with the exception of turning his head this way and that ~ as if he was posing.
I felt blessed by the opportunity to view and take pictures of this beautiful bird.
Approximately 30 minutes later, he flew away.
It has been said that “When cardinals appear, angels are near.” So glad I had angels visiting me.