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I picked Hubby up this afternoon at a local truck stop about 12 miles from home where he parked the truck for the weekend.  I haven’t seen Sera for a few days.  She hasn’t been there in the mornings, and by the time I get home at night, it’s almost dark and most birds and squirrels have gone home for the night.

When we pulled into the driveway today, there she was – on the railing. She was standing on her hind legs,  patiently waiting and watching the house.  I rolled the window down to ask her what she was doing, and she immediately turned to stare at the house. I don’t think she understood I was in the car so she was carefully studying the screen door, convinced I was inside.  Hubby told me to go ahead and grab a few pictures while he waited in the car.

By the time I got out, my son had come to the screen and he was talking to her, too.  She could hear me, but at first she couldn’t place where I was. The pictures below are when she spotted me coming up the walk.  She let me take quite a few as she crept closer to see if I had anything for her.  I didn’t make her wait too long before I went inside to get her some peanuts.  Gotta love that little critter.