Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Where have all the birds gone?...HMMMMM

You think?.....NAH!


  1. LOL...does she not look completely innocent?

  2. Great post! I have been thoroughly enjoying your blog. I found it by way of the Tall Lady, Julia. I am a ShoMe resident, live South of the State capitol in a very rural area. Just wanted to say "Hay" and tell you how much I enjoy Explore Missouri and man am I learning a thing or more here!

  3. Thanks Rural Rambler, your kind words just made my day. A few years back we stayed at the Dauphine Hotel in Bonnets Mill. It is a beautiful area you live in.

  4. Rural Rambler, if you get the chance, check out my other blog all about Missouri Insects, the link for it is in the blog list---Mobugs

  5. Shelly I have already checked out MObugs and love it as well. I always have quite a few questions about our critters and flowers in MO, hope you won't mind a query here and there. I have led you wrong about our location. I think of us being South but we are on 54 down from Jeff half way to the Lake. We are quite familiar with Bonnets Mill, had friends that lived there but they are now in Taos.

    Nice to meet you and even better meeting someone in Missouri that is fairly close. You are up there but not that far!!!

    The weather we are having, I was in jeans yesterday and boots! Beautiful day today. I think it is a picture takin' day!

    Seriously you have no idea how excited I am to have found your blogs and I love your kitty.

  6. I'm so glad you are enjoying the blogs, I know I am sure having fun writing and researching them.
    We visit the lake area as often as we are able, we love the southern portion of the state.I know what you mean about the weather, I was in long pants, and t-shirt yesterday evening and had goosebumps!!!! Unbelievable. I am a self-proclaiming hater of winter, so I dread the cold setting in already.
    That little (well not so little)cat is named Pepper Ann, she is my big fat garfield cat, that has a bad habit of laying where she shouldn't...LOL