November 4, 2020November 3, 2020 Snowbird of Paradise Wordless Wednesday 4 November 2020 Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailTumblrPrintRedditSkypeLinkedInPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppStumbleUponLike this:Like Loading... Related
Love this critter, duck-like but more. I don’t understand it but I seem to have trouble understanding a lot these days. Example: our election, if one can call it that, from yesterday. I’d rather adopt a duck!
I found this lovely critter as I was sorting out a box of memorabilia. My younger son created it when he was in Grade 1 (I think). He didn’t want to keep it and so I took a picture before it disappeared forever.
I’m still recovering from staying up late watching your election results. I’m now watching the last results come in. It’s a nail-biter.
Quite a talented son you have there. I can’t bring myself to watch any more election returns. I, like a Pollyanna, believed the Democrats would have learned lessons from 2016. Oh silly me. I heard James Carvel, dressed as a flag or something, trying to tell people not to worry, it will all work out. He had a huge unopened bottle of champagne and another bottle of something (opened) so I place no faith in what he said. The thing that throws me completely is discovering how many people support the current person in office. The USA has been placed under a spell by some frustrated evil being and I have no clue how to break that wicked spell.
It is amazing how close this is to 50/50. It is also impressive how many people voted.
OOh. I just had a thought. Maybe this picture is a metaphor of someone getting bent out of shape over the numbers!
Very good representation of a duck with bendy legs. Does your sun remember what the numbers represent? 1 to 21? Maybe it was a game? I have nothing to say about the election – it is so close!
I will ask him if he remembers and I’ll let you know. I wondered about that, too.
I think most of us are surprised how close the election is. I am also surprised how off-base the pre-election polling was.
No, he can’t remember so it remains a mystery.
A snowbird flying through a rainbow.
The world needs more snowbirds flying through rainbows.