Friday, July 20, 2007

Not Everything is Bigger in Texas

Johnny Cherie and I went on a walk last night. The area had received it's daily 5 minute downpour and was settling into the nightly cool temperature of 80.

The sky was filled with beautiful clouds that float after a storm.

The trees stood majestically against the sky. Despite the daily storms, we are still in a drought so you can see a few brown spots where leaves have withered. Unlike a banana, brown spots on trees don't indicate ripeness.

And then this. A huge splat of white on the corner of the street.

Wow. That must have been so-ome bird!

8 comments:

ThomCarter.com said...

This is me . . . just shaking my head.

Above Average Joe said...

That looks like the signature droppings from a "I-cant-believe-I-left-the-paint-on-the-roof" bird.

It can be found in all 50 states.

RC&KD said...

Hmmmm, That's pretty much what my shirts look like after my daughter spits up on me. - Ryan

charlottalove said...

Thom - you and my mom both.
Joe - you are quite right. It doesn't seem to be a rare bird at all. :o)
Ryan - HI! And congrats on the baby. Emily is adorable.

Burg said...

Dang! That must have been one Jurassic bird!

Rachel and her Brasileiros said...

You better believe not everythings bigger in Texas!! Did you know if Alaska was divided in half, Texas would be the 3RD largest state!! HA! And Texas surely doesn't have any major financial incentives for living there.... Alaska does!

charlottalove said...

Rachel - lol...yes, I should have remembered you would counter with the alaska vote. :o)

Aluwicious said...

Nice!