Wednesday ~ July 25, 2012
Her brunch consisted of three strips of bacon and a glass of milk.
And my mommy said she was glad the fountain wasn't peeing.
My mommy is very, very silly.
Her mommy is very, very silly.
I tried to convince her to stand on the pedestal and kiss the frog on the lips, but she would have no part of that.
The shopping experience this time took about an hour because she had to use HER $6.00 to buy what she wanted. It was the $6.00 she won at the baseball game from Pops.
I didn't really eat it.
She made sure I wrote that she really didn't eat it so no one would think that she did.
My favorite part was when she sang, "Firework."
My least favorite part was when she was crying because she got divorced with her husband because she was on one side of the world and he was on the other.
I have never been a big Katy Perry fan, but after seeing the movie, I like her more than I did.
At least my wrinkles don't show in the photo.
A dinosaur died on it and there is a clay dinosaur spine where the dinosaur died.
It was a brachiosaurus.
If you've ever been to Chicago O'Hare Airport, Concourse B, you have seen the dinosaur found here. See Discovery and History on this link.
The mama tried to show them how to jump up on the curb and the babies were trying but they were too small.
Herding quail with a van is not easy.
Thank goodness there is fifty pounds of millet in the container.
She learned this technique from her mother.
Lola is sitting next to me.
The dog-snot-art is visible if you look closely.
This is a quail block but the bunny doesn't know that.
The contraption in the water dish is NOT a trap.
Can you see how fat his cheeks are ?
This ground squirrel has packed away about one-hundred pounds of millet this summer.
Do you know what kind of quail this is ?
Evidently this quail has not read the bird book that says they do not eat out of feeders.
Hint: It's the same type of quail we herded in the van.
I love that she has the word thing-a-ma-jig in her vocabulary.
Addendum to yesterday:
She was ready to leave during the sixth inning, but because it was a great game, Pops invented some games to keep her interested so we could stay until it was over.
Can you spell g-a-m-b-l-e ?
Since her dad is an avid Texas Rangers fan, we decided to buy him the less obnoxious BRIGHT PURPLE Rockies cap and go with the black with purple letters.