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All 4 of the flavors are delicious.

Is every snowflake perfect? What about us?

I eat it like candy. Downside, it is expensive and I'm cheap, like super cheap. So in my annual August attempt to clean out the pantry and freezers I noticed that I had a jar of coconut oil and a brand new can of Quaker Oats.

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I instantly thought about the Whole Foods granola I had been craving lately and decided it couldn't be that difficult to make it myself. After a quick google search I realized there wasn't an official copycat recipe. This was going to be more difficult than I originally thought.

I got busy trolling 50 or so various recipes all claiming to be "the best" and documented the commonalities and differences. There is a feeder outside one of their living room windows and the birds literally fight over it. I loved watching their antics and finally couldn't stand it any longer, and "staked out" the feeder with my camera from inside the window. With the exception of the first picture, the following pictures were taken shooting through the glass of the window, and I was pleasantly surprised with the way they turned out you can click on the photos to enlarge them, if you'd like.

The sparrows, roosting in nearby trees and bushes, outnumbered the other birds and were very aggressive, not wanting to share the feeder. Sparrows are mentioned several times in the Bible: Psalm :Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God. Psalm : I watch, and am as a sparrow alone upon the house top.


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And the verse that inspired the song, "His Eye is on the Sparrow," Luke : Are not five sparrows sold for two farthings, and not one of them is forgotten before God? But even the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore: ye are of more value than many sparrows. Most photographers prefer the more colorful cardinals, finches, and bluebirds as their subjects, but I discovered that sparrows have a beauty all their own.

That can't be comfortable! I was excited to capture a couple of them displaying their aggressive nature. Spike is sneaking up on you!

Sam stops him in his tracks, or would that be flaps? Spike is a sneaky little sparrow, and tries attacking from the side.

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But he can't put anything over on Sam. He's on the ball! Happily munching on sunflower seeds, minding his own business But that feisty little Sam the Sparrow wasn't in a sharing mood and decided Clyde had had enough Look at their tangled feet in this picture But Clyde won that battle, if not the war, and went back to his munching A few minutes and several sunflower seeds later, Clyde's turn at the feeder was rudely interrupted by the arrival of Wally the Woodpecker , who gobbled to his heart's content for several minutes.

I loved capturing these beautiful little birds with my camera, and enjoyed experiencing a lesson in one of Nature's basic principles of survival -- that of "the pecking order. The word lagniappe, as defined by Webster's, means "something given or obtained gratuitously, or by way of good measure.

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Wednesday, November 25, Under One Roof. I've been up since this morning, excited, ready for the day to begin, and making lists and checking them twice: The yard has been mowed and edged [check] Leaves picked up in the courtyard, and the patio furniture washed [check] The dining room table is set, except for fresh flowers which I have to pick up this morning I'll try to get a picture of it later.

The cornbread and chicken broth for the dressing are in the refrigerator, along with my Sweet Potato Casserole [check] And today, we will make the Ambrosia, which is a family tradition and BIG production. Newer Posts Older Posts Home. Subscribe to: Posts Atom. Guest Please do not copy my pictures or original text without asking permission.

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