Up in the sky! On her hand! It’s……..Waffles?
Don’t worry! You belong. This is the stand on one leg club and you are an honored member.
Step 1: Rotate whoovular crankshaffle to prime initial electrobulation relays;
Step 2: Engage coffee clutch clockwise until orbital tweetwheedle reaches optimum rotational velocity;
Step 3: This will initiate the sorting process. Please be patient, as the process may take an indefinite amount of time.
You’ve been extra good this week, so have a pair of common tern chicks from Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge, MA.
Photo by Ravin Tomasson for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters.
This video contains extremely cute chimp-on-tiger-on-wolf action, which may cause temporary PBS (pudding-brain syndrome). After viewing this video, do not operate heavy machinery, perform delicate surgery or double-entry bookkeeping, or write teen vampire fiction.
FaveFrame™ of HAPPINESS!
“With four new Wyandotte chicks just brought home,” writes Flickrer Donald Lee Pardue, “Gretel goes into ‘protect her territory’ with growls and barred teeth when I approach her feathered charges.”
It’s too hot… and there’s nothing good on TV… and I’ve played with all my toys a million times… and raiding Mr. McGregor’s garden just doesn’t do it for me anymore…
“My name is Arturo. I live in Italy with my dear human mom, Anna. My mom is always amused by the beautiful pictures people submit to you. I would like to be part of those pictures! Hope you’ll fulfil my wish. My mom and I have spent a long time together since 2002, the year I was born. Last year my doctor said I had cancer in my left paw but, with his help and the help of my mom, I’ve done my best to fight against my illness. I’m 11 years old today, June 8th, and we couldn’t even imagine we would have gotten so far!”