Thursday, October 6, 2011

Birthday Walk



















17 comments:

threecollie said...

Very beautiful! Have a happy!

froggy said...

:-)

Floridacracker said...

Happy Birthday Dani!
Woohoo!

Erin said...

Happy Birthday!

Boxer said...

first, Happy Birthday. Second, the dragon fly picture is A M A Z I N G. Nicely done.

Anonymous said...

How perfect. Great pictures, wonderful family. Honey, it don't get no better than this. Ever!

Intuitive Eggplant said...

Happy birthday! Clearly your birthday walk was a success! Love that cake too - reminds me of your garden and blue Florida skies :) Enjoy the rest of your day - and your brand new year!

Big Shamu said...

NEW CAMERA PHOTOS????

Darla said...

Hope it was a great one!

Dani said...

Thank you all for the wonderful birthday wishes! It was a great day yesterday.


Shamy, no new camera this birthday. Spent the extra funds for the Poodle Mobile.

Big Shamu said...

whaaaannnnnnnnnnnn

still the poodlemobile is sweet. can it take pictures?

MakingSpace said...

Awesome - finally back with a regular internet connection to wish you a happy birthday (now birthmonth) from your Libra sister. I'm exactly ten years and one day older than you.

My blog has a couple of pics of a walk I took on my birthday - a leeeetle different caliber of photography, heh. Also, a radically different climate. Your birthday cake and walk look booooteeeeful.

Granny Annie said...

Happy Birthday Dani! What a lovely way to spend the day on a beautiful birthday walk. You must have had some nice greetings from the armadillo and the butterfly.

LaDivaCucina said...

Happy Belated, Dani! Your cake looks scrumptious! All the best to you for a great New Year! (looks like it's off to a great start!) xo

MakingSpace said...

We're scrolling through your posts this morning, and enjoying them very much - Anni has a question: How big are armadillos?

Dani said...

About the size of a cat. Just thicker through the middle. We get them coming to the pond in the backyard. They don't see real well, so they use their snout to snort and snuffle for food.

MakingSpace said...

Snort and Snuffle. That would be a good name for a pair of 'em. Ha. Thanks, just read this to her.