David Kanigan: Inspiration, Ideas & Information
You know I love these wake-up calls…and I like this little guy/gal too – though it does look as if he/she is about to be sick..
Wow. How one can destroy a mental image with 7 words. You could have gone with mating. Or happy. Or dancing. Or hunting. But vomiting? Really?
I’m sorry! It was the first thought I had…and I rarely censor when I write you. Ok, I’ll go with dancing..”You know I love these wake-up calls…and I like this little guy/gal too – and it looks like it’s dancing!”
OK, that’s better.
Morning neck ups! One, two. One, two…..
Those morning calls are all just part of the routine and I don’t think much about them.
But when something happens and I don’t hear it, I surely notice that something is missing.
Not sure exactly how to interpret your opening (getting too routine, need to mix it up:)) but I LOVED your finish. Thank you.
LOL … the first thought that came to mind was heads popping up over cubicles. Perhaps because it’s Monday?
Wow, first cat vomit, now cubicles, you sure got up on an interesting side of the bed Laurie…:)
LOL … and the day continued in the same vein!
Wow. Today has to be better. Wind at your back Laurie. All down hill today.
Reblogged this on My Blog portions and commented:
I am here at the time we agreed and you are as usual late..then why call me? Now I have to do neck exercise on my own..
Thanks for sharing Kalabalu
I see my monday morning list needs work, after reading yours. Mine currently starts with Alarm, ouch after stubbing toe on the way to the coffee maker, (censored) from adding more cold water to the shower when I wanted more hot water to rinse the soap out of my eyes, the sound of the rapid transit tarin doors sound strangely similar to the sound of a can of sardines being sealed this morning. However this was just one morning, and thanks to your post, I am smiling anf ready to tackle the day.
I read your comment this morning Keith…Laughing out loud then. Still laughing now. “Strangely similar to the sound of a can of sardines being sealed.” Hilarious.
Glad it made you laugh.
Looks like its doing a bird exercise!! LOL!!
Never looked at it that way Joyce, but now that you point it out, you might be right. Flexing the neck for quick release in worm picking.
Sorry, but I’m with Mimi on this one. That was my first thought too. This bird is going to regurgitate something. Then I thought maybe he’s singing, but of course there’s no sound so we can’t tell if he’s making singing noises or sick noises. But look at it this way, you got our attention! Now we’re awake.
Wow, regurgitation. Full stop.
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Thanks to you for discussing this post. I love your website and read this frequently, keep writing.
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