Monday, April 9, 2012

It's kinda like a Hitchcock movie... except it's just one... but I'm pretty sure that one is evil

We have a new houseguest around here... except he's mean... possibly evil, and I don't know how to get rid of him.

His name is Randall, and he is a robin. Now, I have no pictures of Evil Randall, because he is THAT evil, and whenever he comes around I focus on not having any of my windows smashed in and the poor dog having a heart attack.

Sorry, I'm not explaining this well. Let's rewind and start from the beginning. The other day Drew kept hearing this thumping noise in the basement. Like it sounded like someone was trying to smash in the back door. He investigated while I sat on the couch not really giving a crap waited upstairs. When he came back he said there was a robin bashing into the window on the door. He put a towel over the door, the robin stopped, end of story.


Sunday morning Drew heard it again. This time on the kitchen window. Jerk had just moved on! He made a lot of noise, but then we had to leave for Easter stuff so we didn't think about it again.

This morning:

He's ba-Ack. He was smashing into the kitchen window so hard I really thought it was going to break. See all those scratches on the window. Yeah, that's from him! Drew put a lovely towel over that window too:


And he stopped. Drew left for work and I finished getting ready. And then? Yup, I heard it coming from the breezeway! WTH!!!!  I did the quick-fix, covered THAT window too and then peaced out for the day. 

What the heck do we do??? This evil bird won't leave us alone. I don't know why, but he is determined to get in our house and it's kind of freaking me out. He hits it really hard and I legit think he's going to break one of these windows. Any advise out there? We've tried hitting the window and yelling at him to scare him off. It works for like .2 seconds and then he is back again. We don't want to hurt him, but we really don't know how to get him to leave. Not to mention that he is freaking the pup out.

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