Date: 5/3/18 6:02 pm
From: Sandy Berger <sndbrgr...>
Subject: Re: Fun and Games
What a great tale. My family laughed out loud as I read it to them.

Sandy

On Thu, May 3, 2018 at 4:03 PM Bob and Nancy <blnllaval...>
wrote:

> Wow! Talk about a mad house. We left the door from our garage into the
> house open for about 3 min. and a pair of Carolina Wrens decided to see
> what the rest of the 3 bedroom house looked like. Nancy and I came back in
> and they were flying around the living room. One perched on Nancy’s
> antique silver spoon collection and another checking out the mantle over
> the fire place. The chase was on. Of course the first thing they did was
> fly down the hallway and disperse into separate rooms. I found one in the
> sewing room and tried to move it toward the door of the room, but it kept
> flying into the 3 mirrors in the room. Finally it flew out and went to the
> master bedroom and into the bathroom. I opened the outside door before I
> went into the bathroom. The bird flew into the towel shelves and a
> turntable that holds extra drug bottles etc. When it came out it knocked
> over many bottles and flew up to the skylight screen and held on just out
> of reach. Finally it came out and left the bathroom and flew out the
> door. We had opened 4 outside doors in the house and assume the other wren
> flew out one of them while we were after the other one because we haven’t
> seen the second one since the first sighting. As I sleep tonight being
> eaten by all the mosquitoes that came in all the open doors I will probably
> discover that the second bird is banging into the walls in the dark having
> come out of wherever he was hiding.
> We do love to have them around. They have nested in one of our potted
> plants for many years although they build at least two fake nests in the
> garage also.
> Bob and Nancy LaVal
> 20367 Pine Mtn. LP
> Heavener, OK 74937
> Phone: 918-653-7921
>

 
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