The weather was mild Saturday morning so I opened most of the windows at home to air out our house. Early in the afternoon, Margaret motioned me to quietly come to the doorway of our spare room. When there, she pointed to the open window. In the sand berry bush, just outside the window, was a mother robin sitting on her nest.
I had seen the nest when I opened the window that morning but there was no bird sitting in it then. The bush is still bare and it didn't occur to me that the nest could be in use.
The flowers in the lower right are part of an arrangement of artificial flowers in a basket inside the window.
We probably wont be able to see the nest once the bush blooms.
In His name,
Chaplain Sam Houchins