@!%!**#~@#!! No, you can NOT drink here!

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Comments (16)

Marbiz on February 4, 2009

I love this series of pictues of your Robins Jean. I would have thought the ground would have been covered in snow at this time. Is it not the case in NC?

Giors Cinquantasette on February 5, 2009

you are a very hunter!

You do a very good use of your Sony!

trikermike on February 5, 2009

Huh! I would not want to, after your beak and feet have been in there, and those rotting leaves!

Jean Gregory Evans on February 7, 2009

marbiz, thank you! No, the snow has missed us here in the western part of North Carolina ... several times. Up north, in Kentucky, the snow has been terrible. There were deaths attributed to the cold and snow and loss of power for days and days. We only had about half an inch. But it has been extremely cold!

giors, yes, I lay my trap to get these photos, a pool of water just outside my window! I am enjoying my camera very much!

Mike, no, you much prefer the goblet to fighting over a bit of recently frozen water in a fake natural pool. We've got it made with our heat and lovely indoors, don't we?! Birds are such bird brains, aren't they?! Drinking right where they stand! tee hee!

Good of you all to pay me a visit again!


trikermike on February 7, 2009

Great words Jean but I have seen a lot of guys who stand anywhere and drink, misfortune being their main companion. I would not think these tiny feathered miracles are to be thought of as being in the same classification! I know that is not what you meant, but it is a way you can see my thought processes at work!(Just wait until one can again quoff from the goblet, or the tumbler containing-UISGE BEAG_, then you may notice awee difference!

It may help you understand me some!

TATA for now!

Jean Gregory Evans on February 7, 2009

Mike, OK, then! Ha ha. Have I not seen you with a glass of wine in your photo gallery? A memorable photo, a grand one!


I go for today now!


trikermike on February 7, 2009

CORRECT! but I was sitting, I was eating with friends (skida & spuggy) I had two, maybe three glasses, BEFORE I went on to antibiotics!

When I come off the antibiotics, LOOK OUT! HEE HEE HEE! Mike

Maryse Trezy on February 8, 2009

Woops ... Thirsty and hungry ... sorry ... angry

Jean Gregory Evans on February 11, 2009

Mike, I hope you are off the antibiotics by now!

Maryse33, thank you for your great comment! tee hee.


trikermike on February 12, 2009

Last antibiotics were this tuesday a.m

line due out today, but a delay occured, so due tomorrow FRIDAY 13TH-my lucky day! (as every day is)

Thanks for the support, my confidence is cloud-high now!


Jean Gregory Evans on February 12, 2009

Mike, I'm wishing you a good luck day on Friday 13 and a wonderful Valentine's Day weekend! You certainly deserve it.


Florentine Vermeiren on November 9, 2010

Jean !!!!

Just have seen you use it Chinese whispers @!%!**#~@#!!

ROFL, indri

Jean Gregory Evans on November 9, 2010

indri, because of the game, your entry, now I have to reconsider the title for this photo! Thanks a bunch!

Florentine Vermeiren on November 9, 2010

Great ! I love witty persons!!! Haha, it's selected by Google Earth Jean, I hope there's no Google translation available !!!

Jean Gregory Evans on November 9, 2010

Thank you for that fine compliment... I wish I was more witty! I like wit too, indri. Your wit shows well in the games and makes them a lot of fun. The translator tries to make me believe that this phrase


is Greek! Can you believe that? It is cartoon cursing or swearing, my favorite kind!

Florentine Vermeiren on November 9, 2010

Did you try the Cantonese Chinese translator Jean? I fear it will show lots of collapsing little pagodas. :-)))

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    by Jean Gregory Evans
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