Walking the Fence Line
Bonnie Bird

A Bird In Flight

Posted Monday, February 4, 2013, at 11:45 PM
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  • I so agree with you bazookaman..

    -- Posted by sistel on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 7:11 AM
  • Very Nice. We are so blessed, every single day. Nice to have a beautiful blog to remind us of that. Thanks. :)

    -- Posted by ktlm on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 7:22 AM
  • Patrick A.

    My writing style is pretty fluid. But I always leave things open to speculation.

    However, this was just about birds.

    If you recognized someone in the descriptions, that is just your overactive imagination and desire to pick a fight.

    -- Posted by KH Gal on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 7:35 AM
  • Sometimes, we just need to enjoy the beauty and the wonder of nature.

    Thank you everyone for your kind words.

    I try not to make anything too personal, but sometimes I fail like other human beings.

    Believe it or not, I talk the same way that I write. I do not call people stupid but I have been know to yell the word Idiots a few times at the television or crazy drivers.

    My writing started in Junior High with poetry which I wrote for several years. I am better at prose though.

    My kids will tell you that I make descriptive pronouncements all of the time. It is simply my way of communicating.

    I try to be friendly to everyone, but sometimes there just isn't a way to please someone with a bone to pick.

    The sole purpose of this blog is to make observations, share my philosphy and hopefully to uplift. It is also my own personal journey to some degree to improve.

    My Dad loved to dispense nick-names. He named his cars, a few of my boyfriends and some of my brother's girlfriends and more than a dozen cows. He loved to tease and enjoyed a good story. He wasn't perfect by any means, but he made a huge impact on many peoples lives.

    I always knew when I disappointed him. He would call me by my entire name. I would rather have taken a spanking any day over a lecture.

    We butted heads more than once when I was growing up. But there was also many hours that we had great talks about what was going on in my life.

    I will tell you that I was always the one who blurted out untimely comments growing up. It got me into trouble more than once. My siblings could tell you some stories about not learning how to shut up when the going was good.

    Have a nice week everyone.

    -- Posted by KH Gal on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 11:39 AM
  • KH:

    Great blog as always. I love to read what you write---you have a great style. You are very gifted. Thank you for making my day once again. You are a special lady. Please continue to "speak" to us. Thank you for sharing your wisdom. Have a great week!

    Hope, I know just what you mean but the Blue Footed Booby is what has been up in my tree along with a hairy badger or two down on the ground:). Better days ahead!

    -- Posted by OpinionMissy on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 1:00 PM
  • Thanks for another excellent post.

    -- Posted by TundraRat on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 1:30 PM
  • I'm not much of a bird person (pooping on my truck) but I do like a good story. The bigger birds can be intimidating.

    Going off track here a little not birds but other species I see there's a few Javelina's and pickled Herrings among us. Not just this blog

    Like your blog Thank You !

    -- Posted by WinterStorm on Tue, Feb 5, 2013, at 2:07 PM
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    I like your style Bonnie, and the birds do represent just about everyone in the world today, from the Majestic Eagles, to the Buzzards waiting on the weak.

    We are blessed every day!

    Living where I live, we have many of them, from the starlings, to the crows,... some really cute Owls have recently been seen by my camera.... Quails have always lived here, eating the oats from my horses hay....

    Thank you for your fluid way of writing and leaving the rest to our speculation.


    -- Posted by jessiemiller on Wed, Feb 6, 2013, at 6:30 PM
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