In my imagination, this sweet little chickadee is singing my praises.
There’s so much rejection in a writer’s world and even more indifference, so I accept. See links to my publications below, most of which are available in full online.
From Joan Cyr, who took this photo,”Black-Capped Chickadee,” in her own back yard in Auburn: Maine’s State bird, the black-capped chickadee, can survive Maine winters by lowering its metabolic rate to conserve energy. While migrants head for warmer climes, these tiny creatures remain year-round visitors at our feeders. See more of Cyr’s work here.