Thursday, April 3, 2008


So I've been tagged. Like everything in life these days, there are rules. I need to...

1. Write your own six word memoir:
-Passionate, investigative, creative and humorous bliss-seeker. Okay. So it's more like six and a half words. And it barely passes a memoir. I'll keep working on it.

2. Post it on your blog and include a visual illustration if you’d like.The ONLY thing missing is me looking at a bird.

3. Link to the person that tagged you in your post and to this original post if possible so we can track it as it travels across the blogosphere.
-You mean THIS blog???

4 .Tag five more blogs with links.
-The Bird Couple
-Hawk Owl
-Bird Chick
-The Birdchaser

5. And don’t forget to leave a comment on the tagged blogs with an invitation to play!
-This is indeed the difficult part. I was considering tagging Davis Allen Sibley this evening. But don't you think he's got better things to do? Mmm, perhaps. That said, I'd bet ALL of those bloggers are busy. It's nesting season. Not to mention that Spring migration is now here. Oh, and let's not forget, there is habitat to save, environments to protect and we all should lose a few pounds before speedo season arrives. Ewe.

Have a wonderful day.

In birding news, today I saw a ROYAL TERN fishing this evening on Weems Creek in Annapolis. Earlier this afternoon I spied a LONG-EARED OWL in addition to a NORTHERN SAW WHET OWL in Central Maryland. The one with the big ears... oh yes... a LIFER. Owl about that?



Warren & Lisa Strobel said...

You goof!
I'll get Cute Husband right on that tag.

Good birding tomorrow!

We are jealous of your full day of fun and can't wait to hear what you Tern up. Make sure you Teal us all about it. I'm sure you will have tons to Crow about.

Ok, I'm spent. Hope I haven't stolen all of next week's blog jokes.

Nervous Birds said...

...this weekend's trip giving me something to crow about?

It SHORE will.

Or, at least I hope so.

See you at the bird club meeting. Oh how sadly weird that last sentence sounds.

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