Saturday, May 11, 2013

EVERYBODY IS SOMEBODY'S WEIRDO

Just a photo I took of a neighbor enjoying the warmth of the morning sun.

Even when he noticed he was on camera he didn't bother to unfluff or primp.

 How I get those great wildlife photos.

 I knew that....

Everybody thinks they're an athlete.

Words of wisdom

And the experts can drive stick.

I just liked this one.

Happy Mother's Day and have a great weekend.

13 comments:

Buttons said...

You make me laugh. Love the photo set up. I love weird, I am weird. Hugs B

Bewildermunster said...

What an adorable bird, that red is so stunning. :)

joeh said...

Well that just kick started my funny bone...Thank you!

Sarah said...

Great internet picks today Leenie! Is that a robin? They are quite different to ours. They look a bit starling like in their heads.

Leenie said...

Sarah: Yes, he's an American robin. Similar but certainly not the same as the robins in the U.K. I think they're related to the thrush family.

Elizabeth Wix said...

Loved the sweater!
My mother was a great handwasher of knitted things.
I learned how to handwash from her.
It's only in the last year that I've managed to put inexpensive knits on the wool cycle inthe washing machines.
HAPPY MOTHERS' DAY

ox

Val said...

Heh, heh. Love the broom parking lot.

TALON said...

The laundry label cracked me up - and I just startled one of the cats who gave me one of those cat looks that distinctly says it's a real chore living with humans! Loved your shots, Leenie!

Happy Mother's Day - hope you get suitably spoiled! :)

Brian King said...

Those are funny! LOL! The photographer one is about right! Nice shots of the robin, too!

Joanne Noragon said...

Great robin. I may have to add them to my list of "cheeky" birds, like chickadees. Happy mother's day to you.

Terry and Linda said...

You Robin photos were outstanding! Happy Mother's Day, Leenie!

Linda
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Pam said...

Haha! Loved all of those pics. Thanks for the giggle Leenie.

Linda Sue said...

Our robin is more a thrush-ish bird in the UK- I found one in the orchard one day and commented on the "robin" I was quickly corrected.
Great shot of Mr. Red Breast- He is mighty!