Friday, May 8, 2009

Wonders of the World!


You can tell it's Spring. Last night I witnessed a Mallard and her young jumping down off the curb and heading to the other side of the road. I was pleased to see the car that was coming at them stopped. Right in the middle of the road. This driver didn't care if she would be rear-ended. She was watching the same spectacular site as I was. If you've never stopped to watch this event you should. It's pretty cool!!


It's Phryday's Photo Fiesta over at Candid Carrie's Go say hi to Carrie (my Wisconsin neighbor) and take a look at all of her blogger's crazy fun foto's!!


Have a wonderful weekend!
- Jennifer

10 comments:

Two Blessings From Above said...

Spring time in Minnesota is priceless! I guess we deserve it after the winters we go through.

Mnmom said...

I LOVE those events!! I always stop and witness life's little pleasures because they aren't so little.

eastsidemommy said...

How precious! There are some baby geese and ducks at the hospital lake here and they are so fun to watch!

Susie said...

I had HUGE geese stopping traffic the other day:-)

Rae* said...

It is cool!. I don't have ducks to dodge where I live, just people. I live in idiotville where people cross the road without looking. I's rather hit the people than the ducks. Thanks for visiting my blog. I appreciate the comments.

cat said...

Oh that is so sweet! Why don't you have look at my auction items for Tuesday and bid a dollar?

Snowberry Creek said...

I love witnessing those priceless moments. That Mama duck is taking care of her babies! She's got them all lined out. How cute!:)

Jennifer and Sandi said...

OH LOOKIE!!! It's Octoduck!!!! Here in Hempstead, Texas, we have baby deer jumping and skipping and running. I love Spring and all the babies it brings..........

~Blessings~
Sandi

Michelle said...

That is very cool!!

Philly said...

I had a group like this in my pool one summer. Took me , or shall I say them 8 hours to get out of the pool.
I tried everything. Finally I put a long lounging float , half in , half out. Only prob was the mother would get on, all the babies would follow and the last baby always fell off. So naturally the mother would go back in and the rest would follow.
Was such a fun day !!

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