Posted in Animal, Wings
Tags: Birds, geese, Love, Parkinson's disease, teenagers
What a lovely photo, Julie.
Hope the floudering is not too extensive.
Oh my. YOu made me smile. When I saw your title I was worried it was you — and then that amazing photo. — seriously? Asthma? wow.
It is me, sort of, but okay now thanks to humour!
what is floundering?
That is a good question! For me it means wrestling with circumstances but for water birds it means wrestling with water – not sure now!
oh – then I do a lot of floundering – lol
Looking for a flounder fish? That is funny
Probably looking for something unmentionable – dunno!
enjoying a dip, sounds like fun to me!
I hope it’s not drowning?
Either chasing a reflection or a bug!
My favorite bird of yours … love those curly fathers. Wonderful photo.
So do I!
I wish you’d also taken a picture of what was found!
I think Woody was just searching for his reflection!
Love the photo brought a smile to my face
Wonderful World of Woody! So beautiful. How’s you? Asthma better?
(didn’t your mother tell you that asthmatics should (don’t get pissed because I used the S word either) not smoke?
Oh I’m sure it isn’t the cuban cigars!
of course not…never…silly me! didn’t know you had asthma or I’d have put on my mommy voice and told you to cut that shit out! don’t inhale!
you gettin snarky with me?
you should…not sure what the word means but I like it and it sounds fun! UNRULY
From one Goose Lady to another, Good morning, Julie! Or evening, I guess, in your case. A lovely photo. Several remarked on what he was after.
He’s a goose and he doesn’t need an excuse to dibble! It is water and that is good enough!
Yes but Ungooseladies don’t know these things – haha!
All I can say.. makes me smile BIG!
This is so lovely so lovely made me smile too. Thank you dear Julie, it was a wonderful photograph. Love, nia
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You are so kind nia!
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