Thursday, January 21, 2010

Today is the last day!!!



Today is the last day to enter my giveaway! I will announce the winner tomorrow morning before I leave for work! Remember I am Pacific Time.

Go to my Friday Jan. 15th post and leave me a comment to enter!


See you tomorrow!
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11 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

He probably IS trying to get in...from the rain!! ;-)

xoxo
Janie

Janean said...

we had a bird try to get in our house via our windows to the point it knocked itself unconscious! i kid you NOT. it was on our front porch out cold; then a few minutes later flew off -- for a while.

a dear friend said, "get a cat or photo of a cat and put it in the window." I had a ceramic folk art cat. Put it in the window. NO MORE BIRD hitting the window!!! it worked.

Cozy Little House said...

I've never had that happen! I don't know what to tell you. Have you tried the Audubon Society?
Brenda

Theresa said...

Sounds like you need a birdhouse:) with it's own little windows:) Not sure what the answer is but I have been annoyed by woodpeckers before. They are beautiful but... enough already!

I have been watching the rain out there. Hope it will stop soon!

Have a great evening!

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

I think it is sort of sad...he must be scared out there. Can't wait to see who wins the giveaway!

Sue

Jodie LeJeune said...

hmmmm. I wonder "who" this bird was in his/her past life, interesting! ;)
I'm expecting a camera tutorial soon since you now know ALL about your Canon today!!!!! Yay!
everything vintage

ps....pick me pick me pick me!
;)

A Hint of Home said...

A few years ago I had a crow, yes a crow that came everyday at the same time and banged his head on my full glass storm door. I always thought someone was knocking on my door. We were convinced he was going to break the glass.
We put a shirt and pair of pants stuffed like a scare crow on the porch and he never came back.
I had to have some company see it to believe it.

Julia - "Vintage with Laces" said...

The bird might see his reflections in the glass, like in a mirror and thinks it's a rival he has to attack. Maybe it helps when you cut out crows or hawks from black cardboard and tape them to the window. I know that doesn't look pretty but the bird might get frightened and search himself another place to live and then you can take the cutouts off. Good luck!
Have a great weekend, Karen!
Hugs and love,
Julia

Mieke said...

Maybe you should just let him in from the rain, but it might get a little bit messed up inside :) or let the dogs scare him away ! Or it might be a better idea to put something scary on the outside of the windows like tinfoil strips, they blink and make sounds in the wind.

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

Oh, that's funny Karen! At our house in town we had several bite the dust from flying into our windows. Sorry, but I got the giggles here. Cats do work wonders on this problem. hehe. I have been watching the weather, oh my, you guys are just getting pelted with rain. Tell Mark to hurry up with that ark! But seriously, stay dry and be careful! Hugs and Oh I love all that Pink! Cindy

Lynne said...

Tape aluminum foil to the window. I've had this problem in the past and it works everytime. Best if you can do it on the outside. Good luck.