When I read the news headlines on my Google feed, Australia asks Turkey to extradite top IS terror suspect, I was wondering what a turkey (bird) is going to do about it. It took me a while to distinguish between Turkey (Country) and the turkey (bird). I blame it all on the Thanksgiving tweets and messages that I have been reading and the pretty bad headache I woke up with and the one that still is not ready to let go of me. Have you confused words like this? What is your excuse 😉 ?

Post for this week’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt.

Your Friday prompt for Stream of Consciousness Saturday is: “pretty.” Use it any way you please. Enjoy!

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Wall & Art – 8


“Your wings already exist. all you have to do is FLY” – Unknown

This is the continuation of the wall where I found the ‘girl with the blue hair‘. Since I couldn’t cover them all in one photograph, I had to split them up. I think, together, they convey a message, at least that is what I think, and I will let you know about it once I am done with the third piece of the art tomorrow.

Wordless Wednesday


Also posting it for this week’s SL challenge .

Smack That!!!

1-2014-07-07 14.33.43 I am not sure how clear it is, because it was taken with my phone which has a very poor camera. This is a glass window that is in the top most floor. If you look closer, you can see the impression of a pigeon (I guess so, because I didn’t see it happening) on the window from the other side. Looks like it didn’t know that there was a window and ran right into it. I just cannot imagine the pain it would have gone through. God!!! The poor bird.

Camera shy ? Not just me.


I already posted an entry for this week’s photo challenge, but here is another one because I couldn’t resist 🙂

This little birdy in the photograph couldn’t stand still even for a second. It is in its nature to be flighty right ? Not exactly. I wanted a close up shot (as close as possible I could get to it) but sensing me, it would go and hide behind the bushes. And when I put my camera away from its view, it would come right back. It was as if it wasn’t giving me the permission to take its picture. This was the only shot I could take of it. Guess it was as camera shy as me.