Sunday, November 8, 2009

Day 61

OK--today I have something extra special for you.  Ready?  Wait for it...

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Have a great evening!

10 comments:

Le blÖg d'Ötli said...

Une jolie grimace ;)

robert said...

Already midday over here in Athens, Greece - thank you for that fun way to start this new week.
A wonderful Monday for you as well.

Dianne said...

Fantastic! Well worth all the build up.

Allegria said...

Otli: LOL! It sounds so much nicer in French!

Robert: Hehe--I decided to embrace the face!

Dianne: Thanks! Seriously, it was the only photo that I took yesterday, so I had to post it. I think when she is all grown up and gets married, I'll have it enlarged and placed at a conspicuous spot in the reception hall. :oD

f8hasit said...

That's fabulous!
Thanks for sharing...that made my afternoon!
:-)

Kathryn said...

HA! Who is that silly little face?? She's adorable...and knows how to ham it up for the camera.

Maureen@IslandRoar said...

Are those eyes green or brown?
What a cutie!

Allegria said...

Kathryn: I'm not sure if I should own that she is my daughter. *rolls eyes* It was pretty funny, because this is a bit unlike her. She was just trying to outdo her 3-year-old brother, who had just learned to do this and was making sure everyone knew it.

Maureen: We're not sure what color her eyes are. We're calling them hazel. When we had to fill in the info for her passport, the guy who was doing the paperwork couldn't tell either. Hazel wasn't on the list, so we tossed for it and checked "brown."

Doctor FTSE said...

I love your photos . . . and my little granddaughters love feeding Hammy! Thank you.

Best wishes.


Richard C-W

Allegria said...

Hi Doctor FTSE! So nice of you to stop by! Isn't Hammy funny? My 6 year old daughter loves him, too. He's actually her hamster, I think. She named him and takes care of him--but I still have to clean his cage. ;o)