Weekly Photo Challenge: Future Tense

Yesterday, my sister and I built a birdhouse. When my sister first moved into her house, there was a rotting old birdhouse sitting on a nail that was driven into a tree that we took down several years ago. We’ve been threatening to replace it. Finally, realizing that this was the time of year to do it, we did just that. Hopefully, we’ll be seeing birds checking it out over the next few days.

For other interpretations, look at the comments in the Weekly Photo Challenge.

  1. Sas said:

    That’s a nice future home you’ve built for the birds, I’m sure they’ll appreciate it 🙂

    • fojap said:

      Hopefully. It’s the first time I’ve made a birdhouse, so let’s see.

  2. This is a lovely interpretation of the theme….a great collection of photos…and I love the carved letters on the bark 🙂

  3. Thanks for sharing these pictures. I like the bird house. Is NAP a person or a command or initials?

    • fojap said:

      Thanks for stopping by. It’s funny, I didn’t see NAP as a command; maybe it is. I don’t know who wrote it. There are some other initials on the tree – I know they’re initials because they have periods after the letters. In the cement step in front of the greenhouse there’s some initials enclosed in a heart. All of these predate me by a very long time.

      • I have some writing carved in stone around my home that pre-dates me. It is fascination to think about the previous owners an wonder what their carvings meant. My house was built in 1862 so has had a lot of owners.
        I am enjoying reading your blog and I love your down to earth point of view.

  4. How pretty! That will make a nice home for the right family. 🙂

  5. seeker said:

    Hope to see birds in the future post.

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