I doubt that with only the white one it had arrived... But, who knows?Nice envelope, anyway. And more winter birds! :)
I think you're right, and the mail has been a bit of a mess since December. I think the chickadee looks great against the brown envelope.
Très belle enveloppe ,j'adore les mésanges ,celle ci est une mésange charbonnière ,j'aime beaucoup les mésanges bleues ,les mésanges noires et les mésanges huppées que l'on a parfois le plaisir d’apercevoir par ici:)
The most entertaining birds we have are the cardinals. They make the cats crazy :) And we only hear the woodpeckers, but it is a bit too early in the year to hear them.
We have a couple woodpeckers who visit the suet cake hanging by the window, they are very good at pecking off crumbs that the chickadees can collect from the snow bank under it. The blue jays are a raucous party gang that hit the area occasionally, but they like the chicken yard leftovers best.
Sounds very entertaining!
Well done, I indeed had to look twice to find the address written in white :-)Concerning birds, no cardinals exist in our country, nuywe have new neighbours: a couple of blue tits inhabits the wooden bird-nest house I hang at the wall of our balcony! They tweet a lot (sounds, not words :-) ) and I'm happy to have them here. They look like the bird on the stamp, though their 'hat' is lighter blue than pictured here.
*now we have, not nuywe (new word? :-) )
Always nice to see birds going about their business. Sometimes the cardinals nest in the backyard, sometimes they choose a neighbor's yard.And 'nuywe' sounds African to me :)