Monday, August 30, 2010

Give a stork a fish

and you feed him for a day

In my defense it was a pretty big fish

36 comments:

  1. That bit of sewjournish stork enhancement takes the cake (or the fish, as the case may be)!

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  2. The first thing I noticed were the storks legs. I was like, "Oh snap, he's got on leg warmers" lol...you're too much.

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  3. I hope you had a lovely weekend. The stork looks pleased with his fish (and leg-warmers).

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  4. Hey! That storks got style too!

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  5. I wonder what that poor Stork really thinks of the shenanigans that get had at Sewjourn???

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  6. Love those legwarmers! Have you got a matching pair??? L xx

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  7. Oh dear! Perhaps someone better inform the management. That stork already looks fit to burst after surviving Lancefield frosts this Winter. I don't think a fish that big is going to help matters.

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  8. Oh, you've been away again! Lovely.

    Hmm, unless you suddenly become an expert in fairisle - is this from repurposed jumper perchance?

    Poor storky does look a bit cracked. He'll fit right in then!

    Cheers,
    AJ

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  9. Too cute. (And lucky girl! Another weekend of fun for you!!)

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  10. Jodie. There IS no defense for that. If you see men in white coats you should RUN!

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  11. Oh man, you just raised the bar a hundredfold. How are we going to match that next weekend?

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  12. Bloody. Brilliant. Sewjourning this weekend myself. Promised self not to start on anything new. Dare me to tackle the cactus?

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  13. Is this a case of what happens at craft camp, stays at craft camp ;) xox

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  14. What a beautiful fish. Love those leg warmers on the stork too.

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  15. ...and if you teach him to knit? Come on--I want to know what happens then!!!

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  16. Just brilliant. x

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  17. Further in your defense, you have outfitted him to stay out in the elements to eventually fish...

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  18. Legwarmers, fish... what more does a stork need... apart from a scarf in case it gets chilly fishing of a morning.

    Would love socks like that! And my legs are about as skinny as a stork's too!!

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  19. Geez you're clever Jod!!!
    Love that fish :-)

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  20. he he he... that's just plain cool. :)

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  21. He he the legwarmers are hilarious. I bet the fish is jealous that he has not evolved enough to get legs for himself yet! Maybe that is how evolution began.... jealousy he he.

    As I am old enough to remember when leg warmers were truly bodaciously awesome (like rad) I would love to see the stork break dance or rock on to Fame!!

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  22. Awesome!!! LOL at the leg warmers...just what every stork needs :-)

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  23. That's just fantastic, and love the leg warmers.

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  24. Love the fishy! Wait, *looks again*, that stork has leg warmers on! Hilarious!!!

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  25. I almost wet myself too .... too too funny

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  26. It looks like the fish won that round. Poor stork looks quite battle scarred.

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  27. There's only so much pimping a stork can take. I do hope Tania braves the cactus...

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  28. I finaly meet this man on the weekend in a big part thanks to you blogging about sewjourn. he now has a baby? i dont know who did that but it gave us all a laugh when we got there..........we had a saying when we were there " dont worry bout the straight jackets they are making their own!" :)

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Hellloooooo !!!!