Wordless Wednesday… I Can’t Doooo Wordless! Written by Pix Under the Palm Fronds Big old rumbly storm front rolled in yesterday…. Priority #1~Feed those feathery and squirrely little bodies. Let every other thing go flying like Dorothy and Toto in the Wizard of Oz! Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... 71 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday… I Can’t Doooo Wordless!” Your photos are so beautiful. I hope you weren’t too affected by the storm. LikeLike Reply All is good. We got 2 inches of badly needed rain.. 🙂 Thank you for visiting and give Misaki a good tummy rub.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Love the photos, and Pix, we wouldn’t want you to be “wordless”!!! Any damage from the storm? More on the way today? Stay safe, my friend! LikeLike Reply No damage for us, just rain, GLORIOUS RAIN!! Just a flurry of snow possible today and COLD. Yeah I just can’t do Wordless. I think I will do Chatty Wednesday.. 😀 LikeLike Reply What contrasts! Today we have warm ble skies and sunshine. Time to open up the windows and let the air in. LikeLike Reply We are cold today with 2 inches of snow forecasted. 2012 was a wacky weather year and 2013 is going to follow suit. LikeLike Reply Cracks me up that you can’t! Great photos Pix. Margie LikeLike Reply It bugs me.. 😀 A picture is worth a thousand words! Enjoy your Wednesday Margie! LikeLike Reply You did very well on the wordless 😀 Love the storm photo LikeLike Reply I sort of kept the word count down, thank you.. 😀 The storm photo, it got a little scary but then just opened up and rained! WooHooo!!! LikeLike Reply I’d have a tough time with wordless too. Glad the storm quenched the Tiny Ten’s thirst for rain without causing any problems. LikeLike Reply It was a great rain. We could here the Oaks sighing. LikeLike Reply Wordless is overrated. Your picture reminds me of a beautiful book illustration…..can’t remember what book but it does make me feel all warm and cozy LikeLike Reply Warm and cozy is good! Thank you. LikeLike Reply Hey! Wordless Wednesday would be no fun without your words, Pix! (Wow. Re-reading that makes my head go in circles. What I mean is: Pix words = good.) Uh, got anything like warm boots to walk around in the cold weather? <:-D LikeLike Reply But we don’t want your head to go in circles! Why yes Laurel I DO have some lovely warm burnt orange boots to walk around in the cold weather.. 😀 They came Monday when it was 77 freaky degrees. I wore them around the house in my plaid boxers. I’m going to post them. Soon. LikeLike Reply oh boy oh boy! burnt orange boots with plaid boxers! can’t wait for the slideshow! I heard the Midwest had scarily-strange weather. Lordy…. LikeLike Reply It was scary but I only thought about heading to the basement once.. 🙂 No plaid boxers in the pictures! LikeLike Reply thinking about the basement seems close enough to scary to me! yikes! tho’ I confess I thought you were talking about having to hide in the basement because you were wearing your boots ‘n’ boxers! great pictures in mah haid! LikeLike Reply 😆 LikeLike Reply I’m the same way, my chickens and the birds/squirrels and the cat get better treatment than my family sometimes (sometimes I even feed them–juuust kidding). That storm front is hitting us today. It went from 28 degrees to 50. Tomorrow it drops like a lead balloon again! Such a tease! LikeLike Reply You have chickens? You stay safe today! LikeLike Reply I had a large flock, but they passed as they grew older. I have two now, a rooster who’s partially blind and his mother, who’s an ornery old hen, but she’s so funny! They’re our little pets and we love them dearly. The cat is my baby. LikeLike Reply Lucky little flock of two! LikeLike Reply The birdies were bathing in the flood up here on the mountain this am! Crazy bunch! LikeLike Reply Evis it is soooo good to hear from you! I hear by way of a comment by Julie to Jen that you are working hard! Am I going to have to join that Facebook thing to see what you are up to? LikeLike Reply The colours in those photos are gorgeous! LikeLike Reply Thank you so very much! You are gorgeous too Clowie.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply And rumbly and rolling it was!! LikeLike Reply YES! I just read how bad it was in neck of the woods. Yikes!! LikeLike Reply The rain was wonderful …even if I did have to drive through it 😦 My little fish pond is full again :0) LikeLike Reply That rain was a miracle and a good mood booster.. 🙂 Sorry you had to drive in it. It was coming down in buckets! LikeLike Reply Great pictures, lovely editing! Glad to hear you guys are okay and you got some water. Hey, instead of “Wordless Wednesday” you could go with “Minimal Word Wednesday” 😉 Though Chatty Wednesday works too! Stay dry. ~d. LikeLike Reply Our snow never flurried today. It was a no show. Thank you on the editing, it was maybe a little over the top on the storm photo.. 😀 Good old BeFunky and Pixlr. I love their programs. If CH would stop texting me for what to buy at the grocery store I would hop over and see your new post. LikeLike Reply LikeLike Reply Your photos are gorgeous! so thankful for our much needed rain- LikeLike Reply We are incredibly thankful too. We need more! It was so great to hear it on the roof most of the day! LikeLike Reply I like your “Chatty Wednesday” idea! You sure do make great artwork out of your photos. So what!–if you talk to yourself (and us)? I love it! LikeLike Reply I like the Chatty Wednesday too except as soon as I did that I wouldn’t be able to think of a ding dang thing to say.. 😀 LikeLike Reply Hahaha! Indeed, indeed. It’s like being asked to make a joke — suddenly every funny thought goes out flying with Dotty and Toto. 🙂 LikeLike Reply I know! I know! I should try it. I can already feel it. I am speechless. LikeLike Reply Isn’t that how it works?! LOL LikeLike Reply here’s my comment to that: ” “ LikeLike Reply What is it? I have to know! LikeLike Reply shhhh LikeLike Reply Oh. Ok. Shhhh. LikeLike Reply If you had a wordless post, I think I’d be asking if you need to see a doctor. lol Your photos are lovely and so are your words. Congrats on the rain. I pray this is the beginning of the end of the drought. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Yes, an end to the drought would be wonderful. It stresses me out. Me and the Oaks! LikeLike Reply Tough for us to be wordless on a Wednesday…..we have to do the “Tell All” for Tuesday’s Teaser! Even when I’ve tried to be wordless it just doesn’t QUITE work! 😦 Hope your storm wasn’t too bad………we’re supposed to get one tonight! YUCK! Kitty Hugs, Sammy LikeLike Reply Be safe Sammy and Family! LikeLike Reply Good to see you’ve got your priorities right Pix! (-; LikeLike Reply Ha ha ha! Jenny you have me cracking up.. 😆 Absolutely a priority in your wonderful world of wild birds. I am so glad you are back~WooHoo! LikeLike Reply Don’t know if I can put a link in here, but I’m watching a livestream of a kitten fosterer in Washington State. He’s fostered 37 litters for Purrfect Pals there and anyone can follow them on this livestream. Thought you might like to take a look….. http://new.livestream.com/FosterKittenCam/RipleysKittens xx LikeLike Reply Yep you can do a link. I would love to see it! LikeLike Reply How sweet! Somebody almost took a tumble. LikeLike Reply What fantastic photo’s as always 🙂 All behind on bloggies again . Hope you were OK in the storm. Big Hugs and loads of love 🙂 xx00xx Mollie and Alfie LikeLike Reply All is good here! 😀 LikeLike Reply I love your pics, for once I’ll agree with Mollie. LikeLike Reply Thank you Leo.. 🙂 Even at the risk of agreeing with Mollie, I appreciate it.. 😀 LikeLike Reply No need to respond – great pictures!! Beatiful! LikeLike Reply Thank you Kathy! Thanks for reading and thanks for commenting.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Did you add texture? Beautiful colors! LikeLike Reply I did add texture and an action. I used BeFunky and Pixlr editors. Your moon was beautiful! LikeLike Reply i usually find throwing in some words much more interesting than wordless, myself 🙂 both clicks are cool, but what a dramatic storm photo, Pix! glad to hear that it was a matter of receiving some much needed rain, so that is good news! LikeLike Reply Rain is most excellent news! LikeLike Reply These photos are gorgeous!! I always enjoy your pictorials, as well as the narratives 😉 You also definitely have a knack for applying textures and such – I’ve gotten rusty on that! Enjoy this warm February day. Are we lucky or what?! LikeLike Reply Thanks Tammy! It was absolutely gorgeous yesterday! LikeLike Reply Gorgeous photos! They look just like a painting – beautiful! LikeLike Reply Thank you! LikeLike Reply i love stormy skies, great photo LikeLike Reply Thank you! And thank you very much for your visit. I enjoyed visiting your blog.. 🙂 LikeLike Reply Just say "hey"! Say more if you want, that's good too :) Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.