Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Where the Owl and the Antelope Play

As most of you know by now I'm a big fan of birds, well who isn't really. We often like to think of ourselves as our winged compadres, some days the loon, some, the booby, some days the towhee, the flighty flicker and so forth.


I received a card in the mail from a darling superstarling and on the back of the envelope was this sticker stating....."look, this owl looks just like Mart Fart"...haaaa, we all had a good laugh here.


exhibit A. Mart Fart

I must say the resemblance is stunning !


While I was out walking exhibit B. (Banjo) I was thinking what animal does she resemble? Not a bird of any kind that I can see, HERE what do you think?
What animal does your pet look most like?

I'm working and keeping at it, I have made a wonderful mess, bits and pieces everywhere now I need to put it together, jewelry making is like a puzzle for me, I'm having a good time fitting the pieces together.

I'm waiting to hear it, I've known about a million dogs named Bear only one named Sparrow.
In the mean time have a wonderful day xo Ro and exhibit A&B

14 comments:

  1. I know a USFWS bird biologist in these parts who calls his female black Lab "Stryx" after the Latin name for one of the owls...she's an awesome dog.

    Exhibit A -- Haahahaaahaaahahaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Your new hearts--love, love, LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! They just fresh and joyful!

    Banjo the Pronghorn--of COURSE. I like that, both sentinels in their own right.

    Right now, with her summer "fat" on (pre-hunting season), our old black Lab Abby DOES look and run like a big ol' grizzly bear. On the other hand, the young Lab Morgan pops up and down and around like a weasel or meerkat--quick and light and always with her ears perked forward--you never know where she'll turn up, and she's silent about it....

    Heehee, this is funny...thanks for the smiles and the GalleryDarrow hearts....

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    1. That is a unique name, I thought I''d heard em all.

      He heee, my little cartoon dog :)

      Thank you , I'm enjoying them too.

      Fat and Old oh NO don't say that , more to love deeper thinker. I guess we both have a mismatched pair, I can see the meerkat with the grizzly rolling her eyes.

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  2. Too funny....
    A dog named sparrow!!! I hope he doesn't know that. xo

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    1. She was one fine dog I must say, we also knew one named Fish, that was worse.

      xoxo

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  3. loving your mess 'r'...
    and our hound 'jessie'
    looks like a spotty hound!
    [although we did wonder if
    she'd lose her spots after
    she stole and munched the
    boy's acne antibiotics]
    x ... ****

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    1. Leopardish,

      Munching pills, not so good, glad she has her spots and everything else for that matter.

      xoxo

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  4. Haha! Exhibits A & B made me laugh. I do see some pronghorn in Banjo! Very fun.
    As for Bingo, he looks kinda like a wolf (a very friendly wolf that refuses to howl) with a bushy fox-tail. And sometimes he bounds around like a gazelle. It's very funny to watch.
    Oh and that website is great! I had a lot of fun searching for different animals.

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    1. She is Pronghorny HA haaa@#4!

      Yes I agree he does look like a wolf.

      me too I had fun looking around.

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  5. Ooh ooh ooh, I'm REALLY digging what I can see of those necklaces ... covet! (I always love the sneak peeks at your work.)

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  6. Oh well thank you so much Sharon!!

    xoxo

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  7. Wow awesome photos really & I also like the birds a lot...and yes you are right so much resemblance is there...Lastly I would say that I really like the lockets of yours..

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  8. I am happy to hear that you have successfully done your project in health care sector....I also like the animated way of your project you chose here to share your valuable & learning experience with all of us..

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