Little Hummingbird’s Net Of Love

Maggie’s pawsability thought for the day:

“Joy is a net of love by which you can catch souls.”

Mother Teresa

hummingbird in the garden

  The little green hummingbird was fluttering in the garden as Maggie and I watched through the dining room window. I didn’t bother to get up to take a photo because the hummingbirds never stays in one spot long enough. This day was different. The bird kept staying in our eyesight. OK, I snapped the iPhone photo. Then poof it was gone. What a beautiful and joyful moment Maggie and I had watching the hummingbird. We felt the love from this little tiny bird. It caught our souls in that magical moment from our garden. Precious. We felt blessed since we don’t have a hummingbird feeder to attract this beautiful bird. Just the pink flowers in our garden.

hummingbird gone

3 comments to Little Hummingbird’s Net Of Love

  • Animalcouriers  says:

    Beautiful! How lucky you were :)

  • maggiemoosetracks  says:

    We felt really lucky & blessed this little bird stayed so long! :)

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