Wednesday, June 9, 2010

I passed by this on my drive home this evening. I wonder how it ended?

12 comments:

  1. i fear for the bird! fingers crossed :)
    hope you're having a good week.

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  2. i bet someone got their feathers a little ruffled.

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  3. haha...total surprise! a bit of suspense...

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  4. The kitty is clearly in love...I think it ended in a cuddle...

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  5. Great
    Work

    good
    sources
    of
    Inspiration

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  6. ha! love Linda sue answer. I was about to say that I'm pretty sure the cat didn't have this look on his face.

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  7. ooh, I hope it ended without too much unpleasantness.

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  8. I love the hen! And your kitty didn't look malicious enough to do any real damage. Perhaps he was only sharpening his stalking skills?

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  9. not looking so good for the feathered guy. ha! way to capture a moment - i love this!!

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  10. I think the hen turned around and give the cat a smile so he melted, and then they lived happily ever after! Hen and a cat, its so enjoyable, love youre illusions!!!

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  11. This is a true story: once (a very long time ago) in my porch step I had a hen laying on eggs in a basket. The chickens came and that basket was their home. One morning a wild cat moved in to the basket with her kittens. The hen moved a side and the two mothers and their babies shared the tiny space of that basket!
    The connection of motherhood, it was adoreable!

    Sometimes it´s like Your mind is a pencil Aris, You have such a gift of seizeing moments!

    btw, how is that dancing man doing, the one with the dog in the painting?

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  12. Hanna I love this story.
    The dancing man and the dog are under my studio table maybe waiting to be painted over, I am not sure.....
    I love all of your endings to the story.......

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