Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Wordless Wednesday!!

Cinnamon what are you looking at?

15 comments:

  1. Dottie wants to know, "Is that a squirrel you're watching?"

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  2. Woof! Woof! Ducks or birds??? Happy WW. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  3. Thanks for dropping by our blog today and meeting us. Looks like Cinnamon is going to need to be patient a little longer. We don't think we'd like to live where it gets so cold. And Mom says no way. Her comfort zone is about 68-76 degrees. Sending purrs and warm hugs from the kitties at The Cat on My Head, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josettte

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  4. Dottie, Cinnamon is watching a flock of ducks. Roxy Cinnamon believes the ducks would be good.
    Sugar you are right. Thanks everyone for stopping by!

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  5. Cinnamon,


    Happy Wordless Wednesday.

    XO Cinnamon

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  6. Hi, Cinnamon, are you looking for spring? We are, too! It's coming! Happy Wednesday from your friends, Ateret, Livia and Abbi.

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  7. What's out there?!? Please tell me so I can help catch it!
    *Cairn cuddles*
    Oz

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  8. Glad you're keeping an eye on things, Cinnamon!

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  9. I spy food. Happy Wordless Wednesday.

    Sheba.

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  10. What is it? What do you see?

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  11. Oh I bet it's geese!
    Barks and licks and love, Dakota
    www.dakotasden.wordpress.com

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  12. Looks like something caught her attention!

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  13. I loved the post. I've been fooling around with a middle grade novel this past year, but had an idea for a children's rhyming book, and just completed it. I teach kindergarten, so I have read lots of good and bad rhyming books. I think I'm ready to publish, but am having a hard time finding the guidelines for formatting a picture book. I've found one site that said to put a header at the top with your contact information and then double space the rest, but is this true for a rhyming book as well? Thanks for all the clever tips. Patricia Megahey
    Great interview! Read Me Dead sounds like it has a really good story in there!
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