Me and Him Mount Congreve Garden, Co. Waterford There we were, our lives interwoven in the woodland, for that magical moment. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Author: socialbridge I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and sense of place. View all posts by socialbridge
19 thoughts on “Me and Him”
Ha! They pose so well don’t they? As if they had been trained for the camera.
He certainly seemed to feel at home anyway!
I haven’t seen a red squirrel in years, sadly. Lovely encounter, Jean!
Yes, one of those moments to treasure always.
I can imagine 🙂
Red squirrels are so sweet .. Especially compared with their American grey squirrel cousin who have taken over here.
They’re gorgeous, I totally agree, Val.
That little fella/gal brought back memories of the one that use to visit us..quite tame. I use to call it “doodily doo”..We have had an Albino (well pretty darn close to one) we called it Blondie (actualliy my neighbor named it) it gets around the neighborhood. It’s surprising how their fur color changes geographically, as in Washington D.C. they’re all together another color. They are fun to watch when they’re frolicking (rolling over) I think they must have a flea and try to be getting rid of it…ha
Joni, you seem to have been spoiled in the squirrel department!
he is adorable! 😀
Isn’t he just!
I’ very had squirrels and they make me kind of angry because I am a “bird lady” we caught a few and took them to live peacefully in the nature surrounding the zoo, but more importantly bought a squirrel proof bird feeder for my birds. Now I just feed the ones left separately and they can’t mess with my birds food so all is now happy in my world once again. 😀
I can more than understand you anger but am glad you’ve found a solution.
Yes I love the little rats they are so cute. Like rats though, they just eat everything in their site
The R word doesn’t sit well with me, I’m afraid!!
So fluffy! We had red squirrels in the midwest, and further north occasionally coal-black ones. Now I think the grey ones are taking over here too. I think they all study Disney movies to learn the best cute moves.
I was pretty stunned by the fluffiness alright!
Hold on, is it stuffed? If not it is a brilliant photo.
Roy, not sfuffed. The real McCoy!