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Friday, April 13, 2012

Bluebird I saw on my walk today!

Edit: Nooo. The picture is so little you can barely tell what it is. Here's a different picture from my walk. Unfortunately, no bluebird is in it, but it looks kind of cool:

Oh, and unrelated but today my stopwatch seems to have broken! I accidently knocked it off where it was hanging and POOF. No nothing. . . Aye yi yi. Maybe if I can find a tiny screwdriver I can take out the battery and put it back in?! That's if I can find a tiny screwdriver. It's hard to do those running intervals with the stopwatch on my phone since it's nearly impossible to read (for some reason, it's tiny and there's no way to enlarge it). I guess I better figure out something. Week 3 Day 3 is tomorrow.
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  • CHERRY666
    Would love to see a pic of that if you get a chance, GIRANIMAL. There's a bird feeder in front of my living room window, and sometimes a giant woodpecker decides to get a snack from it. It looks so funny since it's way too big for the feeder. I've tried to get pictures because it just looks so ridiculous, but he comes and goes too fast. Boo!

    JET150, thank you! That's what I thought when I first saw a bluebird. Just amazing. (Well, I still think so.) Indigo Buntings, too. They're both so brilliantly colored.
    1952 days ago
    Beautiful pics - thanks for sharing! That reminds me, I really need to try to snap a shot of my bird feeder when there is a fun mix of sparrows, finches, my favorite cardinals, crows, mourning doves and especially the pigeons. (They're HUGE and freakin' hilarious, flapping out there trying to keep upright!) emoticon
    1953 days ago
  • JET150
    Cool pictures! The first time I saw a bluebird I was amazed. I had never seen such a well, BLUE bird!
    1958 days ago
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