Thursday, August 6, 2015

s-t-r-e-t-c-h-i-n-g a bit for this one


bluebird

red-headed woodpecker

yellow goldfinch

scarlet tanager

black capped chickadee

white dove

grey goose

purple finch

lemon meringue pie

pink flamingo

black and white warbler

indigo bunting

ruby throated hummingbird

Thursday Thirteen

12 comments:

  1. lol
    then again, why not

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  2. I like the word pictures you brought to my mind.. I'm imagining the birds and their pretty feathers. :I had color in my post too.
    http://tinyurl.com/ng4s2rd

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  3. There's a lemon meringue pie bird? Not being a bird enthusiast, I wondered. I have seen a lot of these birds though. My husband knows them and points the out to me all the time,

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    1. the Lemon Meringue is pretty rare, and very hard to find unless you know exactly where to look.

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  4. I hit "grey goose" and had an old childhood song running through my head. Except I think it was about a grey mare. Close?

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  5. "ohhh the old grey mare she aint what she used to be..."

    (now you get to hear it in your head for about 12 hours)

    They do seem to be fairytale critters, the geese, I mean. I remember a story about an old woman with a bunch of geese and she made little coats for them as a trade for their feathers for a goose down quilt for her...

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  6. Cardinal demands recognition in Missouri, So does the mockingbird

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  7. colors of nature nothing like them

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  8. I haven't heard of a Lemon Meringue bird. Interesting.

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