|1. YAY, it's Sunday...|
|4. From Frank: Sunset over Lismore and Morven.|
|6. Rain on the leaves.|
|8. Cleanliness is next to birdliness.|
|9. Nothing like 40 winks when you're only little.|
|10. Summer colour.|
|11. Let's make sure Mrs Leadsom doesn't bring back fox hunting.|
|13. Tigridea Orthantha.|
|14. How did that get there?|
|15. Koala invades home in Australia.|
|16. Desert castle in Saudi Arabia|
|18. Want to buy some eggs?|
|19. That's nearly bigger than all of me!|
|20. Hippos out of the water...|
|OK, me and my pussy cat are off for a doze. We hope you enjoyed Soppy Sunday.|
Yay it's Sunday- couldn't agree more. Thanks for the smiles Tris :)ReplyDelete
Glad we got there in time for your first cup of tea, Issy!Delete
Thanks for the link.
Sunday - Peace, perfect peace.ReplyDelete
That's a nice way of putting it, Gerry. :)Delete
18. A really hard boiled mother...ReplyDelete
That's a bit of an "eggsageration", Conon.Delete
But it's lovely to see them out in a field and not in a bard or even worse a cage.
Hmm, where else would you house chicken but in a bard?Delete
OK smarty pants. You knew perfectly well that I meant in a Bern... you know, in Switzerland.Delete
Just becasue you speak a leetel Eenglish doesn't give you the right to criticise Munguin's staff, you know.
I'm sure Rab housed a fat hen or two in his stomach Tris. I'm sending you a pic of where my eggs come from.Delete
That's the stuff, Conan...Delete
OK to share it next week?
At first glance I thought No.l was a photo of me after Hibs won the Scottish Cup! No.9 looks like my 'Millie' before she turned into a food-devouring machine!ReplyDelete
I can see the similarities, John, but this wee fellow's a bit cuter... or so said my mum!Delete
Your Mum sent me a PM to say you've been on the cooking sherry again...Delete
Jeez, don't tell me she's taken to measuring the bottle again.Delete
some lovely ones there - the fox cub, lynx and the cute puppy especially. So John Brownlie's dug looked like that then - ahhh. Seen a few pic on twitter of sleeping dogs after the indy march in Glasgow - just sorry I couldn't make it. I'd have liked to meet the wee ginger dug.ReplyDelete
I'd seen the laughing orangutan before - we primates have a lot in common you know - capable of fits of giggles! All topped and tailed with cute orange people. Love the soppyness of Sundays!!
It is pretty soppy, I'd admit.Delete
But you need some of that after a week to laughing like a sink at the idiot politicians tearing their parties apart, and those desperate for trade deals, breaking agreements at the point of signing.
The march seems to have been a huge success. I've got some pics to put up later. Munguin wanted to go, but I thought he was a bit little to go on his own and I had other commitments.