Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Outdoor Wednesday...bird watching...

Nothing like a pair of homemade binoculars (working on the pronunciation)
to keep "Mr. Vundervants" busy.


Waiting patiently for a blue bird or a robin to appear.


Not a bird in sight on this sun filled 70* day.

"Mr. Vundervants" is not impressed and thinks all this bird watching is definitely for the birds!

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41 comments:

  1. How wonderful!
    Happy outdoor.

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  2. Joyce, thank you for taking the time to visit my Southern Lagniappe blog. I'm so glad your comment led me to your "Flour Power."

    "Mr Vundervants" is adorable. I hope he won't give up on birdwatching!

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  3. Awwww...he is adorable...especially love that last pic!

    Hugs!
    Kat

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  4. The little guy is so adorable with his bird watching! Thanks for your visit today, and yes, I luv the color of my house, and when you get a chance, send me a photo of your daughter's kitchen cabinets. I'm sure it's gorgeous...there was an article in "Coastal Living" magazine where the kitchen cabs are painted turquoise as well.
    -marie

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  5. That shrug cracked me up ... it reminds me of the ToonMan's shrug ...

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  6. Very cool and a very cute young man. I love how you put a story together with the photos.

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  7. Lovely photos of an ambitious bird watcher! ;)

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  8. Thank you for stopping by my site this morning and especially thank you for leaving a comment. Making new blogging friends is always fun and always welcomed.

    Could Mr. Vundervants be any cuter...NOPE! He's adorable!

    The little guy on my header is our sweet dog Jake. He became paralyzed 2 years ago. We were in AZ and he was being boarded at the vet when we got a call saying that we needed to get home soon. He was paralyzed by the time we got home. He had spinal cord surgery but it didn't help at all. Regardless of his special needs, he's content and the best dog ever. Never a peep out of him, just wants to be near mom and dad. Needless to say, he's the love of my life!

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  9. Oh, he's so precious. How adorable. Can you give him a great big hug for me?

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  10. Awww....He is toooooo cute!

    Becky K.

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  11. Adorable...thanks for sharing...

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  12. OKay, you can send him up here. We have tons of birds that are driving me NUTS!!! Cute, cute, cute pictures!!

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  13. What a great post with the sweetest photos! I loved it.
    Thank you for stopping by my blog and for leaving a comment.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  14. Joyce, he is so cute and he can act too! I love it! I guess he called it a day.

    Have a great week!

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  15. Mr. Vandervants is certainly a handsome birdwatcher! The pictures are absolutely adorable.
    Thanks for visiting my site.

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  16. What an interesting little boy. I love the background - water fountain, just perfect for WW. Happy week ahead Joyce.

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  17. you were lucky he let you take this many photos. may be next time, you give him a real binoculous.

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  18. That's just precious! Hopefully he will see some birds before long.

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  19. With those home made binaculars that beautiful little boy, with his I couldn't care less attitudes, is bound to see interesting birds, so don't let him give up the bird watching.

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  20. These are the most delightful photos ! Mr. V. is the cutest !
    Blessings,
    ~Myrna

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  21. Adorable pictures of Mr. V! He is a real cutie :-)

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  22. What a cutie and he is a "star act" for the part. I would like a pair of those binoculars for myself please. :-)))

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  23. Oh how sweet! I just love it! All the birds are singing over at my place - ya'll come on down/over!
    Kathy

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  24. Love Mr. V....I think we should sign him up from now to take Miss B to the prom!

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  25. Joyce, he's adorable! Cute, cute post. Love it. Great craft also, helping to spread the love of something and make it double purpose.

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  26. He is so precious! I'll bet he's up to better things now! :)
    Thanks for much for popping in to see me. Wasn't Prague a gorgeous place? We were just amazed at the fantastic prices on the crystal and just had to have these. I do believe the prices have come way up since we were there.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  27. Your pictures of Mr. Vundervants are really cute.

    Thanks for visiting me at Tea and Talk.

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  28. What a cutie! I love the home-made binoculars. My kids have ones just like his!

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  29. Oh My Goodness! How cute is that! Love the home made binoculars!

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  30. Ohhhhh, be still my heart!!!! How do you stand it??? This little cutie pie belongs in a magazine. What a good Nana you are. : )
    M.L.

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  31. What a handsome, young fella! Such adorable pictures Joyce. Have a great day.

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  32. Hi Joyce, what a handsome grandson you have..this warm weather is making us want to stay outdoors..

    I have two daughters who live in Atlanta and visit them often.I would love to live there and be closer to my little grands.
    Thanks for your visit to my place today.. Baba

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  33. Such sweet pictures. Love how animated he is in the last picture. Beautiful shots.

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  34. I loved it when my son was that little. It hasn't been that long but it was such a fun time when they have that 'exploring' spirit. Thank you for sharing these darling photos.

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  35. Mr Vundervants is absolutely the cutest!

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  36. Dear One, your 'Tragedy' post is still not showing, on your blog. But it shows on my Google Reader and I can read it there. But for whatever reason, you have not allowed it to Publish on your blog.

    I know! When I post controversy, I get 'cold feet' sometimes. So I understand what you may be going through. -sigh-

    But today, I was moaning about a leak in our kitchen ceiling and not being able to get help till Monday.... And then I thought... And wrote.... WHY am I moaning? Because...

    Gentle hugs...

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  37. Joyce this was a really endearing post. I found your blog by chance and had planned only to say hello and then move on. I instead worked my way through your earlier posts and enjoyed every minute of my visit. In the words of the immortal Arnold, "I'll be back." I hope you are having a wonderful day. Blessings...Mary

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