Saturday, March 1, 2014

Saturday Critters ~ 13 ~

When you don't fly south for winter you get chubby...








...or pregnant, I'm not sure which.
Any thoughts?

And don't miss Brians comment, it's first, good stuff!!

American Robin images taken February 25, 2014

I am super excited to be joining in with Eileen over at
for Saturday Critters.

Stop by and consider joining in, any critter will do!!
 

32 comments:

  1. When you don't fly south for the winter, you get chubby. And when you get chubby, you don't feel like moving. When you don't feel like moving, you sit on the railing for long periods of time. And when you sit on the railing for long periods of time, Debbie takes your picture. When Debbie takes your picture, you become a blog star. When you become a blog star, your life of peace is over. Don't become a blog star. Get rid of cable and switch to DirecTV.

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  2. Great shots of the Robin! Brian's comment is hilarious!!

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  3. Aww, that is the cutest little chubby robin, just adorable! I'm still chuckling at Brian's comment too!

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  4. What lovely shots of the robin ~ definitely a healthy one ~ Happy Weekend to you ~ xxx

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  5. Love the adorable little critter - am still belly laughing over Brian's comment as well!!!

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  6. yup, i saw that one coming... ;)

    'don't get body-slammed by a lowland gorilla' came to mind. :D

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  7. Yes, Brian's comment is hysterically funny! Is it me, or didn't robins only show up in the spring? I remember a friend of mine eagerly awaiting her first robin sighting. Now, I see them a lot in the winter. Maybe it's just that Debbie leaves them such good vittles, they stay nearby! Cute photos!

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  8. Oh my gosh...those pictures made me smile soooo much! And then Brian's comment too! Thanks for calling our attention to that...I don't always have time to read all the comments.

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  9. Such a cute bird, maybe he is just cold. :)

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  10. I love that sweet robin but you know Debbie, he belongs to me. You should shoo him along on his way to Illinois where he belongs.

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  11. Cute chubby robin! Brian's comment is hilarious!

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  12. That's one big robin! And Brian knows best.

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  13. Beautiful shots of the Robin.
    His chubby tummy is so lovely :)
    Greetings

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  14. Debbie, LOL, I think you are just overfeeding your birds. They do not want to leave your yard, much less fly south. Brian's comment is cute..funny you landed right next to him again.. Thanks for linking up to the Critter party.

    Have a happy weekend,
    Eileen

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  15. Fabulous shots and Brian's comment is so funny.

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  16. He can't fly South he's Obese ;-).
    All the best Gordon.

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  17. He sure looks like he is saying "And just who is calling whom 'chubby'?" Prefer Rubinesque myself!!

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  18. That is one FAT bird!!Brian's comment is funny! I tried to link up this morning, but it said my photo was too big. Maybe I will try again another time.Happy Saturday to you!

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  19. Okay...so maybe your are feeding him too many mealworms ;). Cute shots!

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  20. What a cute size 3x robin!!! Happy Sunday!!!

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  21. He looks all fluffed up to stay warm.

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  22. Brian's comments are great:))...and I go south cause I don't want to get fat!!!:)))...pregnant would be a little hard I think?:))

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  23. Brian's comments are great:))...and I go south cause I don't want to get fat!!!:)))...pregnant would be a little hard I think?:))

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  24. Brian's comments are great:))...and I go south cause I don't want to get fat!!!:)))...pregnant would be a little hard I think?:))

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  25. Gracious! That's the fluffiest robin I've ever seen.

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  26. Wow!!What a beautiful bird Debbie!!Great shots of the robib bird!!Amazing photos!!Wish you a happy March!!
    Dimi...

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  27. It is well eaten, Debbie, are well fed;-) And is beautiful!!!!
    Good Sunday.
    a kiss.

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  28. It happens to the best of us over the winter months!

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  29. Good stuff! Hopefully being pregnant is a sign that spring will be here soon. The birds by us are looking the same way even though the weather still feels like winter.

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  30. I just had to check this out to see what Brian said...still laughing. - Great photos of this chunky robin.

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