Three things — 16 Comments

  1. Nice pictures. I’ve been watching all our visitors in our garden over the past few weeks as well as the new additions. If you head on over to my blog above you will see a visitor who decided to have a closer look inside the house!

  2. Thanks Robert, but they were taken in a great hurry as the damn bird kept disappearing. And the camera kept focussing on the wrong area.

    I must look out some of my older bird photos sometime.

  3. If you want to meet some weirdos on Skype, who doesn’t?, then set your status to Skype Me and kick back and relax. Within 5 minutes some guy called Jimmy from China will be blabbering away to you.

  4. Thank you Cormac, but I have enough weirdos to cope with at the moment, without inviting any.

    My Skype shall remain idle until one of The Inner Circle decides to call, or I decide to annoy someone at random.

  5. Baby Blackbirds? See my post entitled Squab Stew! yummmmm!!

    K8 is a very good poet.

    I’m not actually in Philly. I live about 100 miles west of it, just outside of Harrisburg.
    Accent!?!? Wait until you talk with Jefferson Davis if you think I have an accent.

  6. Sorry Brianf about the accent, but you must admit, you sound a little more American than Dario? Just a tad. And I have heard Jefferson!!

    We are having Blackbird Vindaloo tonight. 🙂

  7. Grandad,

    Beware of Skype, once people are aware that you can talk to them all day for less than the price of a cup of coffee in Belville, they will expect you to do so. You will have to start feigning technical problems – funny noises on the mike, low volume, trouble with the PC. Eventually you will have to start hiding your online presence, but they will say “I know you are there, you have been posting on your blog”. Ron may have given you a Pandora’s Jar of a gift.

  8. Ian,

    Ron showed me how to pull the plug. He also showed me how to search for names.


  9. Beware of Vindaloo!

    You know what they day? What goes in hot but comes out even hotter?

    Crude I know but 😉

  10. Vindaloo is yer only man. I have it at least once a week. The odd time I’ll ask for the hotter version.

    Guts of steel!!

  11. Grandad, those are some fabulous pictures. And, I concur with everyone about K8 being a fantastic poet. 🙂

    So, who do you think has the thickest accent, me or Brian? 🙂

    Do I sound like Bush? God, I hope not!

    P.S.: I sincerely apologise about this morning, but I was up very late writing. Once the mood hits me, it’s almost impossible to stop. I usually wake up, hunched over my desk, in a pool of my own drivel. 🙂

  12. Welcome, Jefferson.

    Not my best photos by a long shot!! I was rushing.

    American accents are like sheep – they’re all the same to me.


    Nobody sounds like Bush!!

    No problem about this morning. Plenty more days left! And I know what you mean about waking up in a pool, but there’s no need to be coy – we all know what the pool is! And there’s no need to be embarrassed.

  13. Well now that I have looked up Vindaloo, it sounds GREAT!!!
    I never noticed that Dario has an accent, does he?

  14. Vindaloo is yer only man. It is the origin of the expression “ring of fire”.

    Of course Dario has an accent – a Cavan accent [or as they say “Cyaavan”].

    Did you ever notice how only other people have accents?


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