The psychic who didn’t see this coming. 
The fact that this person received two copies of this book after only ordering one.
This fire.
The driver who will hopefully learn something from his book.
This fire alarm.
This redditor.
This packaging that requires some sort of special tool to get into.
The fact that this message pushed the email onto a second page.
This breakdown.
This truck that should have been made out of corrosion-resistant materials.
This goal.
This display.
This collision.
And this one.
This sign.
This act of parking enforcement.
This sign.
This optimistic road sign.
This broken doorbell.
This lack of planning.

This frying pan.
This poster.
This act of vandalism.
The label on this tube of glue.
This DVD.
These scissors.
This headline.
This news story.
And finally, the guy who broke up with his girlfriend before finding her shampoo in the bathroom. 
This commuter.
This business.

This guy discovered that he has some hidden guests next to his house. This is what happened.

She was nestled in, deep in the vines.
Upon discovering the nest, her neighbors also found two tiny eggs.
They were the size of jellybeans.
Then, they hatched!
Hungry little babies waiting for mom.
Day 4.
Day 7.

The little babies grew quickly.
At 2 weeks old, they were almost too big for the nest. 
They were also getting their gorgeous green coloring. 
Hummingbird nests are small, but the mothers build them to expand as the babies grow (you can see the spiders silk and moss she used). 
That’s the homeowner’s front door in the background. Every time they left, they were literally eye to eye with the baby hummingbirds. 



About 3 weeks old.
At this point they began really testing their boundaries. 
They were even looking like hummingbirds.

And out of the nest!
The babies finally grew up. This is what they left behind. 

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