Thursday, March 19, 2009

True Color Thursday

Here is our True Color Thursday. Not as interesting as Ludo's colors or his flying picture - you have got to see that one it is so pawsome!!! Green is a popular color around our house though and this what mom and I found just in her craft room. Hope you all have a wonderful green Thursday. I have to race outside again as I saw one of those pesky ground squirrels poke its head out for the first time since last year.......and I am determined to catch one this year. Mom thinks they are cute but they are what they are - squirrels and that means they have to be chased. Oh, these are not like normal squirrels, these love being out during the day, enjoy the sunshine and they live in holes in the ground. They are classed as vermin where we live and they can cause a lot of damage with their digging. They are very small....only about 6" in legnth and a lot of people think they are chipmunks but actually they are not. Gotta go...woofitty woofs


  1. Hey there Reilly! You found lots of good green stuff! With all that green around you you sort of look a little green yourself! :) Hope you get that ground squirrel!

  2. What a lot of interesting green stuff, Reilly!
    We would have said that was a chipper too! A ground squirrel,huh? He's very cute!

    Love ya lots,
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. I like your green stuff, Reilly! We have gray squirrels here and I'm always trying to catch them!

  4. Mom calls those.......grinnys, who is she kidding she made up the word. lol. Love all the green. =)

  5. Plenty of green for you Reilly. Watch out for those Ground Squirrels, they are tricky, tricky.

    Essex & Deacon

  6. Nice lot of greens there!
    I remember ground squirrels from my summers in Saskatchewan, they are cheaky little devils.

    Pats & pets

  7. You must have been furry busy collecting all that green stuff!
    Big licks to you

  8. Great green post. You even found some green buttons! Love the flowers.

  9. oh Reilly, my parcel came!!!

    Very good greens, I very like the tissue box a lot a lot! Mum had an 'Australia day' at her school once when the teachers beed on an exchange and the teacher brought in some dot paintings with snakes that made rivers and stuff and mum thought it beed all very interesting.

    I has never seed one of those ground squirrels afore, I hopes you catch one. I will trade you one for a seagull! oh, thanks for liking my flying pic. I wish everydog could get to run off lead in beaches and stuffs. We is not so strict over here, but we has no dog parks and stuff so I don't often find any friends like you did the other day.
    ~lickies, Ludo

  10. Oh I wish I could catch a squirrel too! We have some in our back yard, they are big and fuzzy and they chitter at us and we bark at them!

    That's a pretty color you got there!


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