Wednesday, 12 January 2011

Nosey folks

During a recent lineup of the usual suspects, I noticed that noses feature quite prominently in this house.
In the toy trough. 
Thanks to the Jenny Matlock of Alphabe-Thursday for the assignment.

20 comments:

  1. neato!

    I absolutely love your photo in the header!!

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  2. This reminds me of that scene from E.T. with all the animals.

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  3. I remember piles of stuffed animals just like that when my girls were little.

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  4. I agree. The header pic is awesome and I like the Monster Dog and Darth Baby pic. :)~Ames

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  5. Wow! That's a lot of stuff animals :) We have a lot of stuffed hamsters here in my apartment :)

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  6. I loved this link and the picture! I would fit right in there...I have a big schnoz, too!

    I think I told you last time I was here but I love your header...there is something in it that just touches my heart!

    Thanks for another fun link to Alphabe-Thursday.

    You are very nifty.

    A+

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  7. Thanks for the lovely comments guys! And Jenny, thanks for hosting another Alphabe-Thursday--such good fun!
    ~M

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  8. Love your header and the Kerouac quote! Is that Grommit in the pile?

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  9. Noses eh? Good one. Mine is actually quite cold right now meaning it's time for a warming cuppa :)

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  10. I have to join with those who love your header.

    Great photo of the nose gang, too!

    =)

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  11. Thanks for all the comments re the header - took that at a local petting zoo last winter. It's classic Ana's and her patented 'forget you boring grown-ups, I'm going on break' walk.

    NatureGirl, it is indeed Grommit, a dog close to my heart!
    ~M

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  12. The cutest noses at my house are on our two dogs, Mulligan, and Lizzy!

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  13. Cute little noses. I agree with the others, your header is just precious.

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  14. The Great Dane and I both possess what I like to call 'important noses'. Thank heavens our children have less important noses!

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  15. The Great Dane and I both possess what I like to call 'important noses'. Thank heavens our children have less important noses!

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