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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Iriana, Feb 8, 2013.
We have boy and girl scouts in Austria, yes. In Apetlon/my district, no.
Thank you Andrew, so much, and of course Johanna, for your kind words and thoughts! I did go to Art School, which I didn't believe I would ever get the chance, I dreamed of it all my life! I mean until it actually happened! HAPPY HAPPY JOY JOY , as Stimpy would say! Anyone ever watch Ren and Stimpy? On tape!
This time I will show you a drawing I happen to love! It's how I felt when I broke my back! Also, DRS! DRS, Dr's Dr's ad nauseat, I'm very careful about which Drs. I choose to see now! I have a better scanned image of it but this one has been pinned on my bedroom wall for 20 yrs! It's a mess! When I get my image off my old HD, if I ever do I will replace this one,
A wonderful drawing! I love it!
Here's what I found today (and forgot to take with me, so I'll have to go there again tomorrow )
This is the smaller part, and here's a larger one:
I had three suns this evening
and a fiery sky at sunset
and after sunset. Which means: rain again tomorrow.
I thought the old saying wen like this;" Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning sailor take warning.
Look at the bright side, at least you got a spectacular sunset.
Thank you, it really was spectacular.
Our saying is exactly the opposite, when it comes to sunsets.
But I've just checked the weather forecast. It will be sunny again, and warmer than today. So, unusual for my district, your saying is right. Yay!
After a week of trying, I finally caught and banded (ringed, for you Europeans) this little beauty:
It's an immature female Ruby-throated Hummingbird, my first pure albino of that species. Seeing her in flight, all I could think of was "Tinkerbell!"
Is there just a difference in the use of the word (band - ring), or does it definitely mean a different kind of material or activity?