Perhaps they are scared away by the Grizzly Bears and the Rattlesnakes and the Extreme Temperatures.
Heck. Most Humans can hardly stand it
But where I live now there is actually a Road named after them.
|Fuzzy Baby Hummingbird. Isn't it Cute? In My Backyard, Yo!|
We are, as you may have heard, in the midst of an historic drought here in Southern California.
Not a lotta flowers this year.
And it is hard out here for a Hummingbird.
So I decided to put my Degree in Pastry Making to use and Cook up a little Hummingbird Food.
Here is my Recipe.
Just in case the Hummingbirds in your neighborhood need a little extra grub:
ONE PART SUGAR
I like to use Organic Sugar.
TO FOUR PARTS WATER.
I like to use Spring Water.
HEAT UP THE MIXTURE WHILE STIRRING UNTIL THE SUGAR IS DISSOLVED.
THEN LET IT COOL.
|baggy linen pants ~ hand me up from my daughter|
rayon kimono ~ purchased over 2 years ago at the Encinitas Seaside Bazaar
stripedy tee ~ Gap
sunglasses ~ Raen
flippety flops ~ Reef - toujours les Reefs
Le Food for ze Hummingbirds.
I've always thought that Hummingbirds were sweet little polite fairy-like birds.
But, Man, they are so jacked up on sugar that they fight over this stuff like it's the Last Pair of Uggs at the Nordstrom Half Yearly Sale!!!
Total Sugar Fiends!
Flying over to Patti's Party at Visible Monday.
See you there!