Some people call me crazy.
I prefer the term, happy with a twist.
Seals and polar bear cubs right next to each other. I waited in vain for five whole minutes for the sparkles to stop and the blood spatters to begin...
Look out! There's an Al Gore behind you !
I've seen the weather in Blackpool and the sinking ship, no global warming for you Fleetwood. That was one big cold storm which I believe I forecast over at your blog.Jayne, if he did nothing else, he got people talking about it and doing some thinking.
Witchy...It's February, this is the Fylde Coast...predicting a violent storm here at this time of year is like predicting that the Ozzies are going to beat us at cricket.
Dear CW, the painting is just too lovely ... until dinnertime, when the baby seals decide they would prefer a swift club to the head, over being slowly chewed by polar bears.But it really is lovely - I do enjoy a good bit of visual; and to that end may I commend to you this new blog Scrag Ends
Ta bwca, to think he sneaked in another blog without us knowing.
There's no pleasing you mob. Put up a sparkly picture to calm my nerves and you all can see is blood and guts.
I would have thought there'd be more rabbits by now....
Phil,No...the polar bear cubs have gained a bit of weight though.
ha HahaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaI love youse guys
"think he sneaked in without us knowing."Have heard that comment from a lot of other women in regards to Little Lord Fleetlaroy.
Actually Phil, our bwca was so concerned about the baby seals that she forgot the rabbits. The seals would have hit the water leaving the rabbits for the polar bears.Next time I'm post a picture of a velociraptor with gore dripping from its teeth.Dear Sedgwick, is that a slight on his manhood or just the cold weather up around the Fylde.
She looks like she could do with a jacket an all...
Right Oz, velociraptors all round.
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