LOL! and ewwww, gross!
I love Wordless Wednesday and can't wait to participate. You photos are amazing. Thank you.Roberta Anne
I think that says it all!!!
That first picture reminds me of the pictures that everyone has of their kid's first birthday cake. Such memories of cake everywhere!!!! Sally
You just totally saved me a few hundred calories because I was sorely tempted to snack a minute ago, lol.For this I thank you.
LOL That's all I have to say!
no words needed!
he hehehehehehhee... That spider looks yummy. (LOL) I am darn glad that you posted your bucket... it was the 4th pic... why change it??? We are all grown here! No one has virgin ears... xoxoxoxoxoxoxDonna Marie
Great photos! laurie
LOL!! Is that a pic of baby Lisa? Well you sure slimmed down! lol!!
How delightful... I loved Mr. Squirrel... hugs ~lynne~
Hi French...Wonderful pix...no words needed. I totally understand! Well, except for eating the big hairy spider...eeeuuuwwh!...Debbie
Too cute, Frenchiness!Be a sweetie,Shelia :)
Mr. Squirrel is adorable. But, that being said, I don't want him to visit me. :-)
Hehehe! I have those squrrils too. Kathy
Ok....I still have the heeby jeebies from that tarantula picture. ~shiver~
hmmm...I'm sensing some kind of subtle message here...did somebody give you a hard time about the bucket?
Aw, wook at the squiwwel! He's sooooooooooo coot!Justine :o )
Those are really funny and tour right, no words are needed.Hugs,Chris
Crap, I'll try this again.. Those photos are so funny and your right , they don't need words.Hugs,Chris
!!!!! :-) !!!! ;-) , :-/ , :-D !!!
The first one.. could be my Gianna.. she's a piggy.. the two last hysterical!
WHOA! :)I actually like tarantulas. We used to catch them in jars in my Grandparents yard in Texas.
Hi Lisa....re Bridget's comment....DITTO. Loved your bucket that you posted the other day.....tee, hee, hee.Hugs, hugs
When Jori (16 now) was a year old, she had a daddy-long-leg spider hanging alive and wriggling out of her mouth and refused to spit it out in spite of my hysterics. We sometimes call her Spider-Girl because she still likes to rescue them and gently let them go outside. Wish I had a pic, but obviously not as scary as the one here. Thank God we didn't live in Texas like Melissa Miller!
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