COLOR YOUR WORLD – NEON CARROT


In response to Jennifer’ s Color your world challenge with the 63th color – Neon Carrot.

The Color your World challenge will run January through April, for 120 days, with a new Crayola color topic posting each day so it will be somewhat challenging but a great fun as well.

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Gus

My beloved Gus

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    • Thanks Tom!☺ Well he almost was like a pet. I visited him through three years, talked to him and White Pearl and saw two generation of their children. The last year I saw White Pear sitting only on one egg. The May was cold, rainy and windy. When I visited them one day I saw White Pearl to scroll the egg from the nest to the water. I think the little wouldn’t come on this world. That was the last year I saw them (May 2008 – middle of 2011).

      • Very touching!
        Birds have it tough coming out of the egg. I used to breed macaws and had to help the chicks out of the egg a lot. Birds can sense when an egg isn’t going to hatch.
        Stay close to nature.

        (By the way, please don’t hold it against me for not “liking” some of your religious stuff concerning Jesus. I think that Jesus was a great spiritual being bringing true change, and was likely visited by the sacred… but i think that too much of what he said was distorted over time. I like the Gospel of Thomas a lot… which many of the best biblical scholars now say is closer to the historical Christ than the traditional four gospels. People, who cherished the very early Gospel of Thomas, where later persecuted and slaughtered by the Bishops and their hierarchy in ancient times. But people who are within orthodoxy won’t be told that ugly truth by their hierarchy.)

      • It sounds very nice that you helped the chickens out. ☺ (and it’s alright Tom, my blog is very diverse and you can “like” anything you like and pass the rest of my posts. I know not everything is for everybody, but also hope anyone can find something he likes and this is the purpose of my blogging ☺. I will always appreciate your likes and comments).

  1. Great pic! 😃

  2. Such a beautiful bird! Sad to hear about the egg that didn’t make it, though.

    • Yes it was heartbreaking watching her that spring. I think they passed away the next year. I read some facts about the swans and it seems they were already old.

  3. Lovely picture.

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