Today, I approach with caution because I never plan in advance, therefore, I can accept what might happen to change my plans. Think about this way, if I plan ahead and something goes wrong then all of my eagerness will be wasted on a failed event in time that I could have concentrated in another direction and the end results happier.
Let me submit an example of a knew it all: Now I have eaten a certain sandwich for breakfast more than once, so I go into the freezer and remove one of the sandwiches, frozen, from the box and tend to know what I think I know, so I remove the sandwich from the wrapper and place it in the microwave. Now there is a process to do this correctly. I press the time in of 50 seconds, of course when I removed it the egg was cold, the sausage was cold, the bread not fully warmed, and the cheese had started to melt. I double check the directions which I knew from the heart, I was supposed to defrost for 50 seconds prior to cooking it, so I place it back in and for another 50 seconds I cook it and it did turn out OK so I ate it. I never profess to be a cook, but normally i can prepare to my liking. Reading directions before when I am guessing is not a good suit of mine.
I am sitting at my desk and I listen to a wonderful sound, Happy Bird is back singing for his mate, be it last years or a new one, for the sake of me, I do not know how birds figure it all out. I guess bird marriage is a bit different than people marriage. I would think that with all of the travel and raising young birds at each location, and no one writing to each other to say hello mom, dad, or little brother will see you next spring. I am sure that they have pride and love for each other, well bird love. The life of the wild and free can also be very dangerous I am sure.