Donna and Dave move into their new retirement home. They decorate their home in red, black, white and cream colors. Yard art includes farm art roosters, patriotic items, and many plants. Within a month, they have about thirty hummingbirds settle in. Donna and Dave find great pleasure watching the birds. This story demonstrates the joys and complexities they face as they care and feed for these birds. Each chapter features one of the experiences that happen over the course of several months, April to October. Through each experience, Dave and Donna are able to help Matthew and Sophia (their grand nephew and niece) understand that God created, loves, and cares for all things. They teach Matthew and Sophia that God expects mankind to love Him, care for all things, and care for each other. A Scripture augments each painting.