Cardinal, what Cardinal?

So the saga has come to an end.

After the cardinal pecked on our house for what seemed like forever… he decided to bother our next door neighboors for awhile. Then he came back to our house but choose to, for awhile anyway, peck on the kitchen windows so we let him. I mean he was not waking us up in the wee hours of the morning anymore…

Well last week he came back to the bedroom windows with a vengence. I just wanted to break the window just to grab is little neck I was so upset. I can’t sleep anyway in my condition but it seemed that each time I was dozing off he would start pecking the heck out of the windows…

So the other day J purchased a “tool” to help retire our unwanted alarm clock. As of earlier today we will no longer be subject to a little bird pecking the heck out of any window of our house and we can sleep quietly and as long as we wish w/o being interupted.


1 Response to “Cardinal, what Cardinal?”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    June 3, 2008 at 12:29 PM

    A “tool,” huh?

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