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Now how can I stay cranky.....

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

...looking at a face like this??

I fell into the dumps this morning, despite doing everything right. Had a good breakfast - no wheat and high protein. Went for a 2+ mile walk in the brisk autumn early morning with my dear daughter. Had grapes for a snack.

By 9:45am I was ready to crawl back into bed and pull the covers up over my head. Then Sofi sent these photos to me - before we walked this morning, this birdie was desperate for the bread I was holding out. He wasn't desparate enough to fly down and land on my arm, but he put on a very amusing show of pondering the idea.

So one or two cute cockatoo photos and an early lunch of very rare and well-seasoned steak and I feel a lot better. Now for the rest of the day!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
THINRONNA 4/16/2011 7:52AM

    Very cute picture! I am so glad that your day turned around!

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41SUSAN14 4/13/2011 11:28AM

    How cute!

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OTTERBEME 4/13/2011 9:47AM

    SO CUTE! How could you stay cranky with such beautiful surroundings! I love birds and everything nature. It's the little things in life that truly matter! Hope the rest of your day was great one and thanks for sharing this handsome guy with us!

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LNSYLOU 4/13/2011 5:54AM

    I love those birdies...they are smart and always make me smile emoticon

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WINFIELD28 4/12/2011 10:13PM

    What a handsome mood-lifter!
I smile every time you post a bird photo!
You live in a land of amazing creatures. Love those birdies!
Glad you are feeling better!
Your lunch sounded good, too!

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WENDYJM4 4/12/2011 9:39PM

    He does look cute. It is things like that that does lift ones moods.

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