Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Im not crazy Im just a little unwell.......lallalaaaa


Well

another Wednesday

windy wild but not wet yet wednesday

argh

Does the wind drive you nuts?

Does me.

I have nothing today.....nothing

except this

SMOOOOOOCH

11 comments:

Strawberry Girl said...

Cute, gotta love those baby smooches. ;D

Lisa said...

you better have something tomorrow !!
like a massive sandwich and a cup-of-cino
go read my blog- i am interesting

Bogey said...

Actually, the wind has the reverse effect on me. I love the sound of a howling wind especially in the fall or winter. Walking in windy weather makes me feel connected with nature. Or, maybe I'm just weird. Hope all is well in your windy world. :) Smoooooch back at ya!

Michelle said...

Lisa my lovely, you are one of the most interesting people I know :)

Big sanger awaits.....and fluffy coffee too.....sigh

Natalie said...

I agree wholeheartedly with Bogey. Little children in my care, have been known to go nutso in the wind though.x

Chrisy said...

...yes definitely am effected by the weather...an old doctor (also a naturopath) once told me that livers don't cope well with westerly wind..so much we don't understand about our bodies and their reactions to weather/nature...

nollyposh said...

The wind makes all the kiddies (and my kitty) feral! X:-o!

Audrey said...

I am not a fan of the wind, but I am a fan of the song you were quoting!

Wind, big wind, actually frightens me - it seems way too unpredictable!
xoxoxo

Butler and Bagman said...

BAGMAN wants a picture of your smoochy face! Mark is getting smooched by Conner but it is often more like a nose bite.

Kathryn Magendie said...

*muwah!*

That photo made me smile! :)

Wendy said...

I LOVE the wind.

I LOVE all weather, actually, although sometimes a particular bout can overstay it's welcome.

To me, weather is the connection between the heavens and the earth. It's like being touched by the divine.

OK, so, maybe I'm over-dramatising a bit but you have to admit that it's a good natural high when you get the opportunity to push the rest of life aside and just look at the wonder of creation.