Friday, June 5, 2009

Do you know what this is?

Does anyone know what kind of bird this is?





























a) Black Vulture
b) Golden Eagle
c) Turkey Vulture
d) Red-headed hawk
e) Missouri Eagle









Its a Turkey Vulture, who got it right??? A very common BIG bird here in Missouri. Second largest to the bald eagle. Looks pretty wicked don't they? I was about 10 feet from them pooking around. These guys were 4 houses down from our duplex, just check'n out the neighborhood maybe looking for lunch? I ran home and got the camera for your knowlege, yes it's true and...the sacrafices I made last night, having a near death experience and all. Not to mention the time it took to drive 4 houses down, then drive 4 houses back! Push the button to roll down my window and then hold my arm up to take the picture, push the little button on the camera, then push another button to look at the pictures, another button to put up my window......because ya know...they could have attacked me and flew away with my arm? The drive home was by far the worst, I had to drive super duper fast to get in my garage in case they came after me, ya know since I didn't have them sign a waiver that I would be posting their picture and not give them any of my royalties for it. I do so much for all of my 5 viewers.. Hope you enjoy. lol

Hey, scroll down a little more, I made another post....wow

i know, i know....i am wasting valuable company time.

Pictures of Wyatt


Here are a few pictures I wanted to share of Wyatt. I got an alligator cake mold, it's just really cupcakes that you put together to make the shape of an alligator, but Wyatt loves it. The first attempt to make this didn't come out so good, I learned from the first one though and was able to achieve this yummy chocolate alligator!
We took sissy to the go-carts after having her nails done for her Birthday, her and Wyatt had lots of fun and Wesley slept the entire time, noise and all.
Wyatt will be in Kindergarten this fall. He had his graduation from Pre-K this past Wednesday and he was pretty cute in his paper-hat. His class did a play about the soldiers at war, more like back during WW II, they sang about making stone soup (I might post the video clip later) for the soldiers, which now I understand why Wyatt has been singing that song for the last two months. After we got home that night, Wyatt made me a heart with his blankey, so sweet! I know some day his blankey will fall apart, it is getting so thin now, he has had it since he was a baby and hasn't been able to part with it at night, not to mention during the day.....and ..... well, I just can't take it away from him yet.

He also informed me last night as we were mixing up the batter for pancakes that he could invite some soldiers over for dinner. I had to tell him we didn't know any and he suggested we find some anyway because soldiers are hungry. His has a heart of gold!







My Super Hero!

video

What can I say, he loves to dress up!