Posts Tagged ‘birds’
The older I get, the more I hate winter. I hate Old Man Winter almost as much as CNN hates the President of the United States. I have no proof, but I’m convinced that winter is a Russian plot to turn the United States into Siberia.
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of the Unbearably Cute Kind I was standing waist deep in water, about to go for a swim in the pond behind my house (Sluice Pond – Lynn, Massachusetts), when two tiny ducklings and their watchful mom swam up and approached me within an arms length. Obviously, since I was about to go for a […]
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