Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

WORDS WEDNESDAY

FROM WAY UP HERE
 I LOVE LOOKING DOWN ON ORNAMENTS SO SHINY
 THEY MAKE MY HEAD SPIN


26 comments:

  1. What a pretty ornament, Madi. Do you whap it from time to time? I bet the real reason your head is spinning is cuz the Mom is so busy gettin ready fur Chrissmouse! xoxo

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  2. I think that one is just waiting for a big whap. Just think how pretty it will look spinning across the floor. You know you want to giggle :)xx

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  3. Oh Madi, that one is so shiny and really pretty. We think it might even bounce. Are you sure you don't give them a whack every once in awhile when your Mom isn't looking? We would! Shhh, don't tell anyone we said that, we don't want to be a bad influence. :)

    Purrs,
    Cindi Lou and The Kitty Krew

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  4. makes ya wanna jump up there and bop that ole ball doesnt it MAdi??? bol

    wags
    Jazzi and Addy

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  5. Great vantage point, Madi! Just be careful you don't get too dizzy.

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  6. Whew...I is so glad to knows I aint da only one withs a spinning head...what a relief!

    I gots your card and it's beautiful...and My Girl knew exactly who it was from.

    Puddles

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  7. What great photos. That ornament is in my favorite colors....

    Have a great day.

    pawhugs, Max

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  8. hehe you dizzy? Never! hahaha
    Lovies, Miss Mindy

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  9. That's one purr-dy ornamant Ms. Madi! And you are just as precious as ever!!

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  10. Our mom's thinking disco ball....She was young, but she's old enough to remember the 70s. LOL.

    We think your ornament is lovely, actually!

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  11. Yes Madi we all need some sparkle and glitter in our lives :-)

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  12. Madi,in the last photo, you look like you're doing the "Cat Cha Cha" like in the commercial!
    Very nice moves! LOL

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  13. MOL, we keep all our old heirloom ornaments in a big glass bowl out of reach of curious paws ;-)

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  14. Wow you really is up high. I bet you could see my pressies from up there too!

    woos, Tessa

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  15. Hi There Madi and Mom,
    We always enjoy catching up on you two...Your neighborhood is lovely and your tree makes me sorry I haven't done one this year!
    Madi, we realize the holidays are stressful for you sometimes...take a deep breath and try not to hiss at Sis! :)
    xoxo

    Love the bike, I see how Mom stays in good shape!

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  16. Madi - so many pretties to look at.
    I know how you feel!

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  17. Looking at shiny ornaments can be fun though. Blogger Kate

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  18. Can you reach it, Madi? Then you could make that ornament spin instead of your head.

    Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  19. Sweet.....PS...love the colors of that shiny ornament too.

    You're such a Diva!!!

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  20. PS...ya, I know your mom loves steeples, and I thought of her when I DID post the cathedral photo.

    PSS...I commented on the post before this one also, and skimmed over the two before that. Love the steeple photos AND especially loved your raspberry to us all. Now we know your reaction to all of us who invade your kingdom. [kidding]

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  21. Ha! Spinning ornaments!!! Jazzie Jessie has been knocking them off the tree one by one! Spooky likes to help her!

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  22. Madi
    That is a beautiful ornament we all understand why you would gaze upon it so long.
    purrs
    >^,,^<
    ♥Abby♥Boo♥Ping♥Jinx♥Grace♥

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  23. Well, be careful, we don't want you getting dizzy and taking a tumble! That is a very pretty and sparkly ornament!

    Your pal, Pip

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  24. They are so tempting, aren't they, Madi??

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MADI AND Mom
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