As I sit at my desk thinking of some mind-blowing thing to write about, I am distracted by the overwhelming loud chatter outside my office window. Low and behold there are a ton of Robins.

D Dennison-TSM Robins in my yard

Okay, I do realize that their presence isn't exactly a ton, there were a 'ton' more down the street. It's like they are staging a coo or something. And it's hard to see, but there are like 6 in this tree.

I am a huge Alfred Hitchcock fan and I have seen that one called the "Birds", I know what birds are capable of and it isn't always just making lovely sounds outside your window. Especially now since Spring has decided to pull a Punxsutawney Phil and sneak back into some deep dark hole with no promise of a return.

I think that the Robins outside my office window were collaborating to conspire against us humans; they don't know that we didn't order this or do this. They only know that they have decided to come out for spring and they are freezing their hind feathers off. They surely want revenge, don't you think?

My Natasha was over earlier today and she saw one just sitting on the branch of a tree in the backyard and she was truly concerned for him, she jokingly then said we should let him in, I just asked if we let him in then should we not let all of them in... she rolled her eyes at me and that was the end of that. She had a paper to write for school so she opted to go home, I think before I started in on the blonde jokes, no offense to anyone who may be blonde. :)

Anyway, let me know what you think of the Robins and if there could be a possible slight even remote chance that I am right and we will have to have a town meeting to see how we will respond to this almost certain invasion. Until then, lock your windows and doors. (Again, I have seen the 'Birds', if you have not, it might be a good time to check it out, maybe on Netflix)