These are very clever! Why so blue?
They call me mellow yellow...
Quick fellows, hold your breath real long and we'll blend right in.
gosh I love these. You gave me a big broad smile this friday.
They're all good for a laugh, but I liked the first one, best. Maybe that's just because I've had one too many experiences with bad GPS instruction.
Can't top yours - made me laugh this morning! Thanks - have a great weekend!
hmmm...this looks kinda familiar! ;-) but way more humorous!
Good one - if you like I could put that on one and email it to you. thanks
That's a favorite song of mine and I never thought of it. If you like I could put that on one and email it to you. thanks
Based on the snuggie stuff - you like blue right? If you like I could put your phrase on one and email it to you. thanks
Yes it does. This past weekend when my wife and I were out walking around this garden area I noticed a lone daffodil in the middle of a sea of bluebells (I think that's their name). I took a couple of shots and thought this would be good blog material. At first I was going to just use it to show that feeling out of place type feeling. Then yesterday it occurred to me that I just had updated software for putting photos into comics and this photo would work great. I actually read your post after I finished.For those that read comments and are curious about what Jillsy means by familiar go check out - http://jillsygirl.blogspot.com/2011/05/tell-me.html
I'm just wondering why the daffodils want to join the tulips.
great question! - also it's great to have readers like you so that questions like that get asked. Answer - I don't know, go ask the chicken that crossed the road. My lame logic was that (I think I'm right) both daffodils and tulips are bulb type of flowers so they would want to hang out and bloom together. But I don't know if those blue bell flowers might be the same type. I did mention it was lame logic. thanks.
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