Who / What Am I? 09/05

Good afternoon everyone!

Let me start with big thank you for all your tips last week. The flu has gone and I hope it will not come back any time soon.

Now that I am up and running again I have a lot to catch up with… the project for today is some homemade dog food and maybe some nice cookies for us as I have an awesome new cookbook – Make Bake Cookies!

Last week to my huge surprise we had a few correct answers. Jen, Easy, Sonia and Rollercoaster Mum were all correct with guessing feathers / bird.

Well done guys!

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To be honest I don’t have a clue what this bird is. All I know is that it is huge and it looks scary!

If any of you happen to know what bird it is please let us all know.

For this week I cut for you a really odd looking thing. And no, it is not an alien, believe me.

Have a look.

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I hope you all have a great weekend and enjoy the sun (if there is any sun where you are). We in the UK are supposed to be having sunny weather with some gusting showers, so nothing out of the ordinary there… let’s hope there will be more sun than rain this weekend.

Have fun guys!

Who / What Am I? 25/04

Evening my lovelies,

Easter is already long gone so it is time to resume our normal schedule 😉

I missed last week, I am so sorry. It was a Good Friday and as such I had far too many things to do… On the plus side I did manage to wish you all a Happy Easter… so surely this must count for something… at least I hope it does.

So two weeks ago we had a red shot. So many of you were right – it was indeed a red parrot!

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To be honest when I set it up I didn’t think it will be so easy for you all … I was hoping that you would think that a parrot was too easy and would go for something else… hey ho…foiled again!

If you have ever wanted a talking parrot, I read that the African Grey Parrots are the best imitators of human speech. In studies, African Grey Parrots have also been known to count, identify objects and even string together short sentences to answer complex questions;* how cool is that?

I wanted to have a parrot as a kid, instead I ended up a lovely yellow canary… he didn’t talk 🙁

So on to today and for your perusal I have for you this shot.

Ready?

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Enjoy your weekend and if you have any pictures which will be suitable for a Who / What Am I? please do send them my way. My pictures collection appears not to be endless and I could use your help. So dig in your archives and email something over.