Monday, December 14, 2020

Awww Monday Woodsterman Style ~ 280

 







17 comments:

  1. All so fun. All so Awww.

    Thank you for joining the Awww Mondays Blog Hop, Odie.

    Have a fabulous Awww Monday and week. ☺

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  2. Hilarious photos....still laughing at the racoon! Cheers!

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  3. Women are like that, as are dogs.

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  4. What's wrong with peacocks ??

    Even raccoons need a soft place to sleep.

    All good Woodie.

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  5. I will never accept Biden's Fraudulency as POTUS - NEVER!! It will be like living a nightmare!! And I will hold on to HOPE until Jan. 20!! Even if - God forbid! - we lose those two Senate seats (and worse, they will be taken by two true POS politicians!!). I guess we'll just have to "hunker down," NEVER give up or give in - and, of course, PRAY!!

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  6. Kathe W, I can hear you laughing from 570 miles away.

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  7. edutcher, that was a brave all inclusive statement.

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  8. Kid, they're a little flashy for my liking.

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  9. Joy, we all feel your pain and share it. I understand there are still things going on in the background that could swing this thing. Just ask yourself: Why hasn't Kamala Harris resigned her senate seat? Maybe she knows the jig is up.

    Keep your chin up, and know we're praying with you.

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  10. Frank, I've heard them but it's been about 30 years, so I can't really remember. I do remember not being impressed.

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  11. For all of us that are laughing at the guy with the peacock. How many of you have a cat you'd rather not have?

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  12. RE the peacock.

    1. Guy better have gotten some for that.

    2. If his wife is like my wife, guess who does all the care & maintenance. NOT HER.

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  13. Bill Chunko, I've been there, but that little guy picked me for his buddy and we were great friends for 17 years.

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  14. NITZAKHON, that's exactly how it works. I refer you to the previous comment.

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  15. @Frank:

    At the hotel in Kenya where I was one summer, the whole grounds were stocked with the things. They'd fly up to the trees at night (yes, they can fly albeit not well) and screech.

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