Sometimes on the way to your dream,

you get lost and find a better one.

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Whimsical Wednesday #28

It's time again for Whimsical Wednesday,
The weekly googled giggle that gets you over the mid-week hump
 and sliding down toward the weekend.

I usually use food-related images, but this week I've chosen something different.

Two feet of snow.
Are you feeling cold now?
Ha Ha.


  1. Those feet look too much like my own to be even remotely funny,

  2. Joanne; I thought you'd like that one.

    Delores; your feet are large and white and icy?

  3. Very good! Next, I would like you post up the 'foothills' of Alberta :)
    Snow what I mean?
    Gary :)

  4. Well...large and white anyway lol and lumpy

  5. Reminds me, I must make an appointment with the chiropodist.

  6. LOL
    And, yep, a bit chilly here ;)

  7. Now i know what caused the earthquake down here last night, a big bloke with big feet stomping around Moe rockin' 'n' rollin' everything in sight and he left 'em behind when he'd finished, what a cheek! :-).

  8. Nope, not cold - it's 27C here and very, very humid.

  9. klahanie; snow idea!

    Delores; funny how cute tiny baby feet end up lumpy and odd looking.

    peskypixies; brrrr indeed, especially skipping to the bathroom first thing in the morning.

    Andrew; make a note in your diary.

    Jayne; someone out there has a great imagination.

    Windsmoke; earthquake??

    Kath Lockett; that's right, you're in summer mode now. I love 27*, it's near perfect for me.

  10. That's how my tootsies feel right now 1 degree last night! Good to see you're still at it River, even if i'm the worst visitor to your blog

  11. LOL @ Delores!

    I love this. Once winter hits Minneapolis again, I may do this myself!


  12. Baino; my feet and hands rarely feel cold. In the winter people at work are asking to hold my hands to get warm. Their own fingers are like iceblocks!

    Pearl; yes! Get out there and make a giant pair of feet and a matching pair of hands close by, then a head somewhere else, with maybe a torso in a gutter.