Warm And Cozy Or Not?

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      1. Now that is a different situation. That contains wires, no? We’ve had them in our AC unit and they chewed through wires, not fun! But a grill? No problem. At least that is how I see it. LOL

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    1. LOL I was laughing when I wrote this, Eliza. I wish I had thought of getting a picture of the nest, the pile of birdseed AND the mouse. But hubby was in such a state I had a heck of a time to at least try to get him to calm down. That is HIS grill. Men and their toys! ROFLMAO!! xo

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    1. The intelligence displayed in this little mouse was incredible! We’ve had to evict them too, especially out from our AC. That ended in quite the mess with many wires chewed through. Hubby was not happy.

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    1. Thank you, Krish. My “sensitive” nature is very keen at the moment. When I looked at this mouse, my heart just filled with such compassion. I saw the beauty and gentleness in him. What a lesson for me! Oh yes every being has the right to a home, I wholeheartedly agree!! Hope you are having a great day!! xo

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  1. Great story Amy – creatures great and small. Your little mouse can be called Weber. Nice name for a mouse – his name is already on the front door!!! We don’t always know why such creatures come to us – it’s the mystery of Mother!! Much love to you! Donna

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    1. LOL@Donna. Weber it is! This little guy reminded me of Mighty Mouse. If my hubby can just let go the “control” that everything must be a certain way (his OCD related to Nam and now C) he would get a chance to truly enjoy life around him in a way that would amaze him. Enter my world … I am always amazed. SMILE! Hope you are having a great day today!! Much love to you!! xo

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      1. Yes it sure is in short supply. Going on and my husband though is good now, the Dr has told us he can now walk with a stick and climb down the stairs too but take things slow and steady. Love and light to you ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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    1. The Natural World does not ever cease to amaze me, Wendi. Seriously. Of course that mouse knew. Teehee …. These critters and birds seem to head to our home knowing they will be loved and taken care of. Thank you for reading this. So glad our paths have crossed again. Much love to you! xo

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    1. If I didn’t see this mouse with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed how tenacious a mouse can be, Jet. He intrigued me to be truthful. And then after getting kicked out he has returned. Unreal!! I’m glad you found the “fun” in this and hope you got a laugh or two. Goodness knows we all can do with more laughter in our lives!! xo

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    1. Sometimes my heart is just too big, Prag, and I’ve had to learn how to shield myself from my deep emotions that can be evoked from it. My sensitivity has been finely honed lately and it doesn’t take much for my heart to be worn on my sleeve. I’m astonished by how I “felt” that mouse’s gentleness and fear. It mattered not to me that this was a mouse but rather this was a living being. Come Spring when it warms up and he leaves hubby and I will clean out the grill and turn it on high to make sure all bacteria has been killed. No biggie. SMILE. Much love to you, dear friend!! xo

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      1. What I am about to say wouldn’t make sense to most but here it is anyways. I “feel” more truth and connection to Mother and Her Living Beings then I do with humans most of the time. Nature does not know how to play games or put up shields or lie. They just “are”. And that is the state I live as well. SMILE! xo

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      2. It does make sense! I am in awe of that ability – most of us are deprived of knowing or feeling are own nature – I have only begun to know the reality of my existence, can’t play games, feel the turmoil of feeling human games, and haven’t yet learned to feel the truth in nature and other beings, so struggle for balance.

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      3. It’s a journey. I’m not able to explain other then it will happen IF you are open to it, and develop in a very unique way just for you. Everyone’s journey is different and if it were not so and I puffed myself up telling you, well, this or that and the other will happen, I’d be lying to you. Just allow things to flow. That is all I can offer. Mother is very very wise and She does see. When she sees a human’s heart opening to Her she allows that one entrance in a way that will astound. SMILE!!!

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    1. You know, Colleen, do any of us really stop and think how much wildlife has to put forth into an effort just to survive? I know I don’t yet when I see things such as what this mouse does, I really do think. Having a relationship with Mother makes me very grateful at times to have a roof over my head and food in my pantry!!

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    1. SOOOOO glad you laughed, Barbara. Humor or so much of it, has been lost of late due to the horrors set upon mankind. We’ve got one eye on that mouse house just in case he invites family or friends. So far so good. Much love to you! xo

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  2. Loved it! What a very determined little mouse. He found his home and no one was going to evict him. Thanks for the smiles my friend. Maybe one day we’ll see a picture of this rascally rodent. xxxx 😊

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    1. Maybe one day I’ll be able to prove Mighty Mouse is in our grill. I’ve yet to peak. I don’t like the idea of scaring him. He’s been through so much already. Yeah, I’ve got such a soft heart. LOL Much love!! xo

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  3. Amy, another day I found the mouse nest under the hood of my car. I was surprised totally, because I am driving my car every single day to my work and home. The only time to build their “house” is night. How can they do it I have know idea. Thanks God it did not go on fire!!!

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  4. You…are a better woman than I…when faced with a mouse intrusion in the middle of the night I opted for a dustpan to end it. I don’t like to kill them…but….like I said, you are a better woman than I am…

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    1. I carry out insects outside when I have them in my house. Honest. Ants different story and sometimes stinkbugs. I don’t like to kill anything and with that in mind, I am very conscious that all beings, no matter how small or how gross, are alive. I’m just who I am. Simple. (smile) xo

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  5. Haha…. Seems Hubby has relented… Mighty is the Mouse 🙂 who has a fierce defender of her nest.. I hope she/he manages to stay cosy all winter.. 😀 and hope your Four legged friends don’t go sniffing her out…
    Loved the humour of your story Amy…. love and Hugs dear friend ❤

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    1. Oh good you did see the humour in this, Sue!! It is so much easier to narrate a story then to write it, especially if it is funny. Can you imagine what my neighbors must think of me and hubby at times? LOL I honestly don’t care. What you see is what you get. I don’t put airs on and darn it, that mouse IMO did not deserve to be disturbed for one, nor did he deserve to be afraid. I will always be an ally to those less ones. Always! Hugs right back at you!! xo

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