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ParsonWayne
Nov 16, 2017
You can get bird puzzles pretty cheep.
pixipixil
Nov 16, 2017
And to solve one you can just wing it.
KarenBuglet
Nov 16, 2017
Oh you two...
ParsonWayne
Dec 18, 2017
To those Christians I say Merry Christmas. To my Jewish friends I say Happy Haunkah
To my black friends Happy Kwanzaa.
And to my athirst friends, Happy April 1st.
And to all I say Happy Holidays.
pixipixil
Dec 18, 2017
Thanks, Parson. To you also. Peace on earth, good will to men, women, children, LGBT, all the plants and animals and our poor planet that we have sacked and abused. And to our Lord whom we have ignored and by our actions sometimes misrepresented in our claims to be His followers.
Peace and forgiveness to all in this season of salvation.
ParsonWayne
Dec 19, 2017
Thank you, pixipixil. I do have a question about Vegans though. They refuse to eat anything that comes from animals, yet, they eat their food. Does that make sense? ;-)
carolsapple
Apr 11, 2018
There are different kinds of vegans. Some don't eat red meat and others only eat chicken and fish. The photo could have been taken in the winter maybe that's one reason this bird is fat. Then the bird really needs that extra weight.
pixipixil
Apr 11, 2018
When the birds are cold they fluff out their fethers for better insulation. It turns them into little puffballs---so cute.
pixipixil
Apr 11, 2018
Their reasoning can be vague. After all they are called Vegans. Or do you pronounce them with a long EEEEEE? I don't have a pun for that pronunciation.
KarenBuglet
Apr 11, 2018
All the vegans I know (and it's quite a few) don't eat any animal products including eggs, butter, mayo etc.
pixipixil
Apr 12, 2018
Turns out it's vEEgan--long e no a sound. Oh well.
ParsonWayne
Apr 16, 2018
Isn't there an "a" sound in the next-to-last letter, pixi?
ParsonWayne
Apr 16, 2018
With all those EEEE's you put in there, pixi, you should have come up with a pun with ease.
pixipixil
Apr 17, 2018
Good one, Parson. If it had been a long A at the end I'd have been able to--their reasoning could not have been gainsaid. As it is there's probably some A sound that could easily be a U sound or some other sound...as in don't blame them they were under the gun when they decided. Still it's food for thought.
ParsonWayne
Apr 20, 2018
Were you going to eat that defenseless little finch, pixi? Better remove the feathers first or they will tickle your throat on the "way down upon the suanee river..."
pixipixil
Apr 20, 2018
I'm afraid that finch flew far, far away before that could happen. He was tired of hanging around where the old folks stay.
carolsapple
Apr 21, 2018
Ugh! I thinking about writing a letter to someone. I contacted someone about an invoice that we received in the mail. Then I told them that we received someone elses invoice as well. The person asked me 4 times in 4 min. we didn't get paid. Then tells me how bills are paid - we send it out and you pay? I explained that this was a bill I'd never seen before. I was dealing with a migraine as well at the time. Just didn't like the manner in which this employee spoke to me. Told her I've lived here for 17 yrs. I'm one of the original owners.
pixipixil
Apr 21, 2018
A lot of these bills are scams and they think by bullying you'll just give in and pay to get rid of them.
ParsonWayne
Apr 26, 2018
Just tell them to send the invoice to the correct address if they want to be paid, CA.
carolsapple
Apr 26, 2018
Thx - It wasn't a scam - we deal with an association and this was for the tree service from the hurricane last summer. The damage was the worst I've seen here.
elijah13
Jan 29, 2018
What a pretty fat little bird.
orinoco
Nov 16, 2017
The lilies of the field are lovely, and the birds of the air are too. And they never worry about fashion!!
pixipixil
Nov 16, 2017
Biblically true but did you know there is a bird that pecks away part of his tail feather to make it another shape? I'd call that bird fashion consciousness.
pixipixil
Nov 16, 2017
I looked up the bird that does--the turquoise browed motmot.
rahrah1820
Nov 19, 2017
I have never heard of that bird. How interesting! Now I'm going to have to look it up! lol
rahrah1820
Nov 19, 2017
Just looked it up, it's a beautiful bird!
pixipixil
Nov 19, 2017
Yes it is. I wish the birds in our colder areas were as interesting and colorful as the tropical ones. But I guess if they were they wouldn't have survived. In a jungle it is hard to be noticed so predators aren't so quick to catch such colorful birds. My neighbor's cat just left another dead bird offering. Last week it was a mourning dove. Today it is a female cardinal. She has been trying to get us to take her in for several years. A hawk cought a dove last winter and tore it in half. I came upon them caught in netting I put up to pretect my plants from deer...that's how I know it was a hawk. Neither the mourning dove nor the cardinal were torn in half so I know it was the cat.
rahrah1820
Nov 19, 2017
Wow! You had to set a hawk free from netting? I'd have been scared. I'm proud of you for doing that. Silly cat, she's just doing what comes natural though, that doesn't mean you want it on your doorstep, right? lol
orinoco
Nov 25, 2017
"Although it is often said that motmots pluck the barbs off their tail to create the racketed shape, this is not true; the barbs are weakly attached and fall off due to abrasion with substrates and with routine preening."

So I was right. They don't worry about fashion, either, though the bowerbird puts quite a lot of energy into decorating his bachelor pad!
rahrah1820
Nov 25, 2017
Ha!
pixipixil
Nov 27, 2017
Sorry Orinoco--the site I visited said they did and I also had been told that some years ago on a nature show. Maybe both items of info are true or maybe when the barbs start to loosen they itch so the bird completes the job and pulls them off for comfort rather than fashion. I've never talked to a motmot or had one so I don't know except for what others have said. Or maybe you have visited a site with more recent findings. Nonetheless you as you say the bowerbird decorates and don't birds preen? Who knows if it's for cleanliness or for show or both. They certainly put great effort into attracting a mate.
I am not--as it might have seemed--denying the general Scriptural principle of Jesus--that God gives us what we need so anxiety is foolish and a clack of faith and knowledge of the Lord. But Scripture isn't always accurate. The mustard seed is not the smallest seed for example.
rahrah1820
Nov 27, 2017
I'm wondering if the mustard seed was the smallest seed in the times of the Bible origin. I can only research the Lodoicea maldivica back to the 16th century.
pixipixil
Nov 27, 2017
I'm wondering if the translation should have been "is the smallest of seeds" which would not mean the smallest, but one of the smallest.
Or maybe Jesus is only interested in crop seeds familiar to farmers.
theclingens
Nov 16, 2017
Lovely bird on this wet rainy day. My husband is out raking the fall leaves and getting them burned up. It is starting to clear a little and the temperature is now 40. I love raking leaves but not able to get out for a while. Had a complete knee replacement. I am going on 8 weeks now. They don't want me to walk on un-level ground for a few more months. I am getting around good now without my walker and will be getting a cane in a few days. I love my knee doesn't hurt anymore but sure wish healing would go faster. The Doctor and Therapist say I am doing great and right where I need to be. So love all the puzzles that are keeping me busy for now. And aussiesapphire I love your quotes and you jokes.
aussiesapphire
Nov 16, 2017
The clingens - :) Hugs
carolsapple
Nov 16, 2017
I wonder you walked around with knee pain. My aunt had knee pain and complaints for 2 years. She finally went where we suggested and they said omg! no wonder you're in pain. Your two bones are grinding against each other. She ended up having a knee replacement - she had titanum in her knee. My mom and grandmother were teasing her about setting off the alarms in the airports. Yep - she had to have an ID card describing her metal in her knee.
theclingens
Nov 17, 2017
Yes I had knee pain and couldn't walk long distances. I had shots in both knees for 5 years and they worked really well. Lasted about 10 months. Then this year the right knee shot didn't work and after x-rays found bone on bone. I to have a card to go through metal detectors. It is wonderful not to have the pain but soreness is the main issue now and having to strengthen those muscles. Coming along well though, can't complain.
theclingens
Nov 17, 2017
Thanks for the hugs aussiesapphire!
aknan
Nov 17, 2017
My support also coming your way! Had a hip replacement in 2012 - bone on bone, plus spurs - and I can understand what you're going through. Hips are easy, though - only 2 pieces. Knees are trickier & harder to recover from, as there are 5 pieces that must mesh together. Keep up the exercises!
Coravee
Nov 22, 2017
I can relate. Both knees are bone on bone, but I am allergic to both morphine and codeine, and there isn't anything that isn't from those families that they have to relieve post- operative pain. I;ve had a hip replacement and back surgery--those are when they found the allergies. I know I can't handle the pain, so I settle for the lesser mobility and the daily pain. The Lord helps me get what must be done, done.
aknan
Nov 22, 2017
Prayers for you, Coravee, with the hope that God can send you relief from pain. Aspirin works best for me, but I only take it once a day in the morning. Can't take tylenol, advil, etc. They upset my digestive track and don't work, either.
carolsapple
Nov 24, 2017
Awww - ouch! Yes it can upset your digestive system - don't know if you took it on an empty stomach. My aunt complained about knee pain for a couple years. We kept telling her to seek a doctor. Finally she did - she found out that she had surgery - she was told her had an aterioscope. The surgeon removed the cartildge so the bones were grinding against one another. I made a white chocolate raspberry cheesecake yesterday. Then I'll start my holiday baking soon. Will be giving it to people. Hope you feel better Akan - wonder if you have a problem with bears living in Alaska. I've been there.
aknan
Nov 24, 2017
Bears can be a nuisance here in Anchorage if people don't secure their trash. 16 have already been killed this year. Bears, not people - although perhaps we should take care of the root of the problem first, not the result.
Coravee
Nov 22, 2017
It looks a bit lot my canary, Perry (Como). He has the most delightful song, and especially likes to sing when I am on the phone.
Terri
Nov 16, 2017
Cute little birds. We occasionally see them on our birdtables in the Midlands of the UK. We get goldfinches too which are incredibly colourful. We also get robins. Most of our native birds are browns, greys and black however. Nearly everyone in our road feeds the wildlife. End up spending a fortune in birdseed and it's worth every penny!
rahrah1820
Nov 19, 2017
Hi Terri. Our birds in Arizona are mostly those colors as well. I think it's so they blend in with the territory and are harder for their enemies to see.
Terri
Nov 20, 2017
Good point - we live on the edge of our town and large birds of prey sometimes divebomb our suburban gardens and capture the smaller birds. Quite upsetting although I suppose it is the balance of nature.
rahrah1820
Nov 20, 2017
That would scare me to see the attack like that! When I lived in Phoenix (AZ) we had 2 birds that would dive bomb our cat! They were vicious! Nature is strange, but beautiful in most cases.
KwkClkrSwkr69
Nov 19, 2017
Cutie pie for a bird!!!!
sharondarlene
Nov 17, 2017
Lovely Bird!
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