Monday, May 1, 2017

Chuckles and Chortles

Happy Monday, blogging pals. And happy May! This is one of my favourite months of the year. April turned out very wet and I hope all that rain will contribute to a beautiful May filled with lots of greenery and pops of colour. And trees and shrubs with blooms. Now there's a beautiful sight. A couple of favourites include lilacs and magnolias but there are so many others that catch the eye. Which ones do you like, if any?

While you think about that, here's some funny stuff for you.






Have a great day and a great month!

43 comments:

  1. Hi Martha! I love wildflowers and not so wildflowers and plants and trees and weeds, green grass...I just love nature :D
    I can identify myself in the first "chuckle ans chortles" and I love that last one, the demon cat :)

    Big Hugs~

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  2. LOL with Pandora's Inbox! I just can't believe it is May already; this year has flown!

    betty

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  3. Lilacs are definitely one of my favourites! And forsythia because it's the first one that blooms around here. Then I know it's spring :)

    Love the cartoons! I hope that black cat was able to shake off the flour instead of licking it off, so it wouldn't turn to clingy dough!!

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    1. I hope so, too. I can see one of my cats getting into this kind of trouble!

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  4. Happy Monday! Thanks for another round of smiles.

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  5. I must steal the Tomb of the Unknown Grammarian -- what a classic!

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  6. My daughter is a grammar-nazi. She love the grammarian tomb!

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  7. That 'cat one' looks pretty creepy!! lol
    Let me see....my favourite spring flower/shrub is.....OMG so many....William and Mary, Blood root, and of course Lilac.

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  8. Thanks for the laughs Martha, I love spring flowers, I just noticed the lilacs have started to bloom.

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    1. I love when lilacs bloom. Soon it will smell wonderful all around us!

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  9. The unknown grammarian is great. She looks a lot like someone who lives in my house (and I'm the only person who lives here).

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. BAHAHAHAHA! This is hilarious :) You always make me smile. And laugh like a raving lunatic, too.

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  10. Spring is one of my favourite seasons and it is so good to see all the blooms like lilac and magnolia ...

    My favourite is the "Each serving contains..." LOL!

    Happy May Wishes

    All the best Jan

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  11. Great cartoons this week. I especially liked the tomb of the unknown grammarian.

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  12. In the wild I like the wood lily and brown eyed susan.

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    1. Brown eyes susans are a favourite with gardeners. I used to have some planted at our old home and hope to plant some here, too!

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  13. May is a good month, not too hot or cold. I love lilacs and magnolias too. Cute comics, the poor kitty looks scary though.

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    1. The kitty does look scary but I hope it was all cleaned up quickly. I imagine it must have been a bit of a frightening experience.

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  14. Happy Tuesday (I'm a day late reading your post!)and I love the demon cat!! -Jenn

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    1. There's no time limit. Drop by whenever you can!

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  15. Happy Tuesday and you, too!

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    1. Thanks, e. I hope you're having a good week so far!

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  16. I've seen the cat meme before. How could I forget it??

    I'm enjoying seeing all the plants and trees spring into action. Pardon the pun.

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    1. Our winters are long here, so spring growth is very welcome!

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  17. I am glad that finally Sprig sprang up into your part of the land!!!
    Ornaments of nature are delight to look at ,they have ability to refresh your soul.
    i am wondering about your settlement in house ,hope things are bout to be on their place now and you get enough time to sit and enjoy your new surroundings.

    loved the fun about tax payments ,Governments are blood suckers really

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    1. It will be some time before our home is fully settled, but we take many days off to relax and enjoy life. There's really no need to rush. Everything will eventually get done!

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  18. Wow, that cat looks scary.

    My top picks outdoors is ANYTHING EDIBLE. So, a lot. I just found purple dead nettle this past weekend. Gonna make tea all summer long.

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    1. That sounds like fun. All that experimenting will lead to a lot of great discoveries.

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