April 18, 2012

Put A Bird On (In) It


 {skirt: Talbots via TJ Maxx | boyfriend tee: target | sandals: nine west | belt: UO}
Yes, those are 5pm wrinkles. 
Yes, those are one of the seven shirts that I have in this style (get used to it...)
 And Yes, I am keeping it extremely simple this morning:
And here's why:
As I am in my pre-coffee pre-work morning funk routine, I hear a weird sound coming from my partially open closet.  This would cause concern for a normal person, but as my little black dog loves to get in my closet and bury himself... I barely noticed.  It wasn't until the sound got louder and longer that I even turned my head.  What I saw next will no doubt keep me in a constant state of fear for the rest of my closet door opening days...
I see a HUGE pair of black wings emerge from the top my closet door followed by what could only be described as the face of the devil.  Yes, folks, my closet was inhabited by a sparrow overnight (???) apparently and my early morning friend scared me out of my wits.  I fled downstairs to safety... Found the guilty canine who apparently discovered the bird in the middle of the night and fled his closet haven.  Long story short (too late)... the bird committed window suicide before it could be freed, but we assume he got int he house because he flew down the chimney.  Now, I have two scar-me-for-life bird stories.  We can save the duck one for another day...
Can you top that for a Tuesday morning?
Let's hope this hump day goes more in my favor....

POST SCRIPT: Poor Gavin was voted off of Dancing With The Stars last night.
It's bittersweet.  We will miss him, but now he has more time to devote to 'us'... Right?
POST POST SCRIPT: I am now Team Katherine and Mark.
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13 comments:

  1. Ahhhhhhhhhhh. A bird in your closet. I would have run and never looked back. Yikes.

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    1. I was so scared! But thankfully still living with your parents has advantages when birds attack.

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  2. OH HELLLLLLL no I was have been freaking the hell out!

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    1. I wasn't quite the same all day long. I now approach with more caution.

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  3. Oh my gosh, that is so crazy! I'm sure if a bird got into my apartment my dog would try to eat it...the beagle in him wants to hunt everything down!

    -Sharon
    The Tiny Heart

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    1. I need a bird dog! Mine is just a little whimp!

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  4. Thanks a lot, Bekah. Way to fuel my giant bird phobia. ;)

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    1. Oh girl, I know! Every time I see a bird shadow I take cover.

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    1. We think it came down the chimney! It is what nightmares are made of!

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  6. oh lawddd! Brad is scared of birds. I will HAVE to tell him this story. He got attacked by a goose one time on the golf course. He feels your pain. BTW you look adorable :)

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  7. oh my gosh, that would be freaky waking up to that!! lol. thank goodness my do is outside. he'd bring in all the [dead] birds!

    [oomph.]

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  8. By 'us,' you mean me, you, and Sarah, right? ;)

    I'm now terrified of finding a bird in my closet thank youuuuu!

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