Wordless – Even Though It’s Not Wednesday

Some of the bloggers I follow do Wordless Wednesday posts. They are short posts comprised of a picture or a series of pictures. “Let your pictures tell the story” is the tag line. This morning I realized I had the perfect series of pictures for a wordless post. I decided to post it today even though it is Saturday. Perhaps that’s because of my contrary nature. 🙂

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14 thoughts on “Wordless – Even Though It’s Not Wednesday

  1. I guess I’m out of the loop ( again) I had never heard of wordless Wednesday but I love the idea. Pictures can definitely tell the story, these turned out great .

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    1. My Mom used to call me her rebel child and Mom and Dad would say “if you want Ruth to do something – tell her she can’t”.
      We bring food scraps to the chickens in that red bucket and they know it is food for them so they follow us until we dump it for them.
      I have started putting the egg basket on the front floor board of the van when it has eggs in it so Ranger can’t see it. So far I’ve been able to outsmart him. 🙂

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      1. Mom and Dad were spot on, using some type of reverse child psychology on you Ruth! Those chickens don’t miss a thing – they are like the Pekin ducks who race over to the couple that arrives in a van at the same time and let the ducks go into their van to get some corn, then they roll the bucket down the ramp to dump it. I watched the ducks come waddling up the hill and over to their van.
        They recognize the van before the people get out of it. People don’t give credit to critters like they should – well I won’t tell Ranger if you don’t. 🙂

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      2. They are like pets aren’t they Ruth? I am on Twitter, mostly for the weather but I follow an animal site which shows short videos about animals. This morning they showed a group of elephants, maybe four of them and their human friend called them and they came running over, wound their trunks around his arm or shoulder to show affection. Another video was a chimpanzee getting reunited with his someone who took care of him years ago – he hugged and hugged that guy … just amazing to watch them.

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