Sunday, October 1, 2017

September's 30 days have passed for 2017. NEWS FLASH UPDATE: October has arrived.


September's 30 days have passed for 2017, and supposedly a number of birds, in the area where I live (at least the avian creatures who have admins) should have made their way south by now.

However, rather a given bird has an admin or not, according to a report (which was sent to me in an email) "the deadly hurricanes striking the U.S. and the Caribbean have changed the migratory patterns of birds, bringing unique species and migrating birds seeking temporary shelter to the New York City area, local birdwatchers said."

I have not noticed a change in terms of birds who visit my rooftop garden, but hurricane season is not over. As the adage re hurricanes states, "June too soon... Remember November..."

And we've had hurricanes in the area where I live during this period, these include Gloria (which happened in the 1980's, long before I was a Blogger), Irene, and Sandy. The latter of these hurricanes did have an impact on the birds who visit my garden and this topic will be included in volume two of Words In Our Beak.

In any event, it's just the first of October, and time will tell if NYC will be ravaged by a hurricane. I certainly hope not, but it's too early to say on day one of this month.

What I can say on this October first has been said by me in bygone years within prior posts. It's the Feast Day of St. Thérèse de Lisieux, which is the day I moved into my apartment in the 1990's.

Because of this, I have a framed image of her hanging above my desk. The picture I am referring to can be seen in the image directly below and is one you might recognize from my prior entries on Blogger (which you can reference by clicking here and here).


Living here has been far from easy, but on my anniversary of doing so, let me say that I am so thankful for the garden that I have at my place, and grateful for the birds who visit it.

ADENMENDUM: The digital versions of Volume One within the Words In Our Beak book series that are mentioned in this entry may only remain available for a limited time, but a hardcover version of Volume One can be found wherever books are sold.

Moreover, Volume Two of the book series is now available! Both volumes one and two are in hardcover format (as seen below) and can be purchased any place where books are sold.


Here's the purchase info for the hardcover versions of the Words In Our Beak book series:

Volume One: ISBN: 9780996378529:
Book Seller Info: http://bit.ly/2AFZDCz
Barnes & Noble On-Line: http://bit.ly/2AAnB26
book culture On Columbus: http://bit.ly/2FsC1Uf

Volume Two: ISBN: 9780996378536
Book Seller Info: http://bit.ly/2q75g8e
Barnes & Noble On-Line: http://bit.ly/2G65m6H

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