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.

14 comments:

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

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

    Delores; your feet are large and white and icy?

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

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

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

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

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  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! :-).

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

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  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.

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  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

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  11. LOL @ Delores!

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

    Pearl

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  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.

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