Daily Prompt: Write a post in the style of (or simply inspired by) a favorite author. Well, there is no way I would be able to write like my favourite authors and it would be rather presumptuous of me too, so there for, I am writing just like myself.
47 thoughts on “A day in the life of myself…”
Beautiful Yellow Rose! We’ll need this photo round February!
Thanks Jasmine 🙂
“squiz” is my new favorite word!
Yay! I have many words which don’t come from the dictionary 😉
You could easily become my favorite author! And forgetfulness is not reserved for blondes. 🙂
I’m so glad to hear that Doran, thank you 🙂
It happens in every family… glad you got the bird before the cat did…
Me too, thanks Bulldog 🙂
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what a start to the day! I am exhausted from just reading it! LOL. I hope the rest of your day went better
It did, thanks Terry 🙂
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Yay for your bird, sorry about the flood! Great photo, sooo yellow!!
Thanks John. I especially used the yellow today because it seemed so cheerful 🙂
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Great post, but as a blonde, I’ll forget that we’re supposed to be forgetful…
Good! and thanks 🙂
Forgetfulness is definitely not reserved for blondes! I have done stuff like that more times than I can count! I’m glad your bird is okay! What kind of bird do you have? I used to have a grey Cockatiel who sat on my shoulder and nibbled my ear and sang. But his favorite thing to do was sing to himself as he sat on the bathroom counter looking in the mirror!
Lovely rose! I have my latest pics of my Hydrangeas painting on my blog now. Let me know what you think! http://whitefeatherfloating.wordpress.com
I will pop over to see, whitefeather. My bird is a Conure – he is a very chatty little fellow 🙂
I haven’t heard of that type of bird! I’ll have to Google one! 🙂
We all have those moments…. don’t worry. and it is us who clean up the forgotten mess anyway 🙂 Glad the bird is safe!
You’re so right, Ute 🙂
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The moral of this story is, buy a big lock for Houdini Bird’s cage – and a dishwasher! 🙂
I need to make some sort of plan with the cage. I do have a dishwasher but I don’t use it if its not going to be full 🙂
That sounds like a poor start to your day. I sure hope the rest of the day went MUCH better for you!
It did, thanks so much Russ 🙂
Ha! When it rains, it pours. Literally. In your kitchen!
Haha Absolutely Genevieve 🙂
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Very accurate verbal visual. Yes, I wish your children came to assist AND take a photo of this drama! I had a Moluccan Cockatoo that used to eat holes in the walls. ( and threatened me) poor abducted wild bird he was. ( Not by me, I was the 4th owner, sad)
This bird of mine is a Conure. There is also a story about him which I should blog at some stage too 🙂
What happened to your Cockatoo?
I had two Green Conures as well , gave them to my girlfriend as at the time my apartment said they were too loud which they were. My Cockatoo went to the Zoo as he was clearly a smuggled bird and could not be tamed. I tried for 3 years. Lots of really bad bites and that bird could unlock any lock. Amazing!
Birds can get very clever with unlocking things, actually they are much more clever than most people realise.
Yes when I came home and discovered the lock off and the giant hole in my wall I realized that! I was actually afraid of that bird !! :>
I would be too!
Welcome to the club Michelle and don’t feel bad. I have lots of blonde moments here and well, the days that I don’t want anyone to see them are the worst ones. 😆 I am just glad you could rescue birdie before the little prince got to him. What kind of bird is it? Sounds like Tweety and Sylvester. hehehehe
Great shot of that beautiful rose hon. Is that one from your garden as well? It’s gorgeous! 😀 *hugs*
No the flower was at a nursery, so I quickly stole a shot 🙂 They are much like Tweety and Sylvester, those two 🙂
Thanks Sonel 🙂
Well, it certainly looks like it belongs in your beautiful garden Michelle. 😀
LOL! When we had cats my Tweety liked to bite their tails when they came to lie on his cage. 😆
Hehe, clever bird 🙂
A day in the life of a fool
A sad and a long lonely day
I walk the avenue
And hope I’ll run into
The welcome sight of you
Coming my way…
sorry! i got carried away there…
Have a nice day you…;-)
*smiles* have a nice day too, Trevorino 🙂
What a gorgeous yellow rose! So glad you caught the bird, Hopestar. 🙂 Sorry about the sink overflow. 😦
I love the colour too, thanks ad 🙂
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