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Friday, August 5, 2011

Friday Funnies

IF birds could talk . . .

birds0728 (2)How about we get off these stones and find some grass?

birds0728 (3)MORE, please . . .

18 comments:

possum said...

Um, First captian...
Didn't I tell you to stay away from cigarettes? Lets get out of here!
See the filter?

Anvilcloud said...

How tweet it is!

Sandra said...

these are precious and oh so sweet. the last shot is me looking at hubby when I am NOT pleased with him, my What were thinking look that he calls The Look

thecottagebythecranelakeolof1 said...

Great photographs!
The House sparrow is one of my favorite birds :-) I have some nests beneath the tiles on my cottage and I can hear the young ones when they are hungry :-)

They are becoming rare over here because the farmers are so effective in gathering the seeds so there´s nothing left for the birds to eat.

Have a great day!
Christer.

Montanagirl said...

HaHa. Nice ones!

Lois Evensen said...

Aw, very sweet. :) Nice shots. I love when the animals can talk. ;)

Country Gal said...

Our birds here do, if I dont have their bowls filled by a certain time I swear I hear them yell !" HEY LADY WE'RE STARVING OUT HERE " ! lol The Red Bellied Wood pecker we call Charlie squawks till I fill the bowls so yeah here they do talk lol ! Great photos and post, have a wonderful day !

Eggs In My Pocket said...

What good photos you take! So cute! Thank you for telling me what kind of weeds/plants I posted about. I wrote them down in my book so that I will remember them. You are right, they do take over. We mow them down if they are in the yard, however, I let them be when they are out on the prairie. So thanks for letting me know! Have yourself a great weekend. blessings,Kathleen

Daisy said...

Very cute pictures and captions, Beatrice! Thank you for the smile. :)

Elaine said...

Of course they talk--we just don't speak their language.

Ginnie said...

I didn't know birds could talk !

grammie g said...

HI Beatrice ...so stinking cute ....I love the expressions birds make!!

Sherry said...

Hi Beatrice, regarding your comment on my blog about grass fed farms - you can go online and find farms (they are all over!) that provide grass fed beef, ham, and poultry. Usually the best ones are small operations like the one I go to. I'd do a search for grass fed farms, or providers of grass fed beef.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hey Possum, good eye, I didn't notice that butt before or might have come up with a different caption!

AC, I chirped with delight over your comment.

Ah Sandra, I know THAT look.

Hi Christer, sorry to har the house sparrows are scarce in your area. We have plenty here, enough to share, but you will have to feed them and the way these little guys can eat it would get very costly, very soon.

Thanks Mona & Lois.

Hey Elaine (Country Girl) Yes our birds tell us too when they are hungry, which is far too often!

Kathleen, you're welcome for the plants ID. And you are so right in that they will be returning; puling them ut is more effective than cutting but either way they still seem to return with a vengenance. Thanks too for the compliment :-)

You're welcome, Daisy. Glad you got a smile.

Sure birds can talk, Ginnie, just like BOTH Elaines - Country Girl and Artic View noted. Haven't you heard them too?

Hey Grace (Grammie G) I especially liked the 2nd photo. That litle one was just flapping its wings and chirping for some attention from its parent.

Thanks Sherry for the feedback!

Out on the prairie said...

That baby is so cute.Loved the boys post also. I bought the new boys down the road some fun gifts at a bunch of garage sales.

From the Kitchen said...

I just popped over from Tammy's blog. Congratulations on your beautiful grandchildren. I've/we've been doing some New England travel since our younger son now lives there. He and his lovely wife were married in Providence, RI where she works. He works in New Bedford. Would love to see the tall ship.

Best,
Bonnie

Country Mouse Studio said...

you captured some great shots so expressive

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Hi Steve, we think both grandkids are cute too. How nice of you to treat those new neighborhood youngsters.

Welcome From the Kitchen and many thanks for comments. We've left New England now after visiting family in RI and CT, currently visiting family in Lancaster, PA and heading home to the VA eastern shore on Monday. Please drop in again anytime and I'll drop into your blog place as well.

Hi Carole, Thanks very much. It was so nice to read your comment. Do you plan to regturn to blogging soon? You've been missed as I have been checking often. Hope you are feeling OK.

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