When it comes to cracking the code to get to the birdseed, the baby squirrels out here in the country are more skillful than their city cousins. Rather than climb a nearby tree to make a flying leap to the stash, these rascals, like Olympic champs, scale the shepherd's crook in record speeds with no time to lose traction. One short leap onto the birdhouse roof, and the fun begins.
Spinning round in playful circles, oh! what exhilaration while sampling the tasty birdseed. Flexibility is the key to success.
Years ago, there was a time when I would get upset whenever squirrels tackled our bird feeder. But, then I realized, they didn't know it was only for feathered friends. I decided to let go of control, and let nature put in the balance. All God's creatures are harmonious. Whenever a squirrel shows up, it is time to balance work and play.
As you can see, the squirrel's zealous attack on the bird feeder, spills out plenty of corn and sunflower seeds on the ground. More than enough to provide a good meal for those unable to reach up that high.
Flexibility and willingness to give it a go are what this squirrel can teach. Twisting and turning, you, too, can stretch to make it happen. Where there is a will, there is a way.
Enjoy your day with the Angels.
Love and joyful blessings,