Grandma always said crazy is as crazy does.
As long as I am laying on the bed, Maggie is with me. I just loved her eyes in this shot.
The last of the camellias in Joyce's yard. I will be sure to glimpse back at this photo during the long and drab winter ahead. I already can't wait for spring.
A silk funeral plant sitting on the hood of Joyce's car. I wondered who had died. Joyce has been doing strange things lately.
I don't know what it is, but that picture of Maggie kind of creeps me out a little. It's almost like her face and eyes look human-ish. You're doing a nice job with the photography. It's become a recent habit of mine as well.
Is that a poinsettia? Your poinsettias are already blooming? WOW.
I think this is the cutest photo of little Maggie yet - those big shiney button eyes just melt my heart. A white poinsettia... you have poinsettia's growing there? I've never seen them in anything but a pot at Christmas - how beautiful!!
you have a cute "benji" dog!
I love little Maggie!!
I didn't read the eye comment about Maggie but looked at the picture first and thought what was compelling was her eyes...She does look almost human...like she's pissed that someone stole her blankie or something..or maybe she's thinking, "you gonna expect me to get outta this bed here? Don't think soo daddieO!"Maybe Joyce had purchased a plant along with other things and pulled it out of her car only to have to carry in other things and then forgot to bring it in her house.Rest assured she has a good friend that is looking out for her!! That's very good!Always,Crusty~
Maggie has a comment, "...and what is your problems?" LOL
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