Tuesday, August 07, 2007

Cats and Doves




Imagine my surprised as I walked into work this morning to a larger than life Dr. Seuss cat hat. The children's summer theatre program had been very busy over the weekend building sets and props. By the time the final show comes around, the lobby will be full of fun stuff.

She is very shy but Baby is starting to peek out at the world.

9 comments:

Bimbimbie said...

.... of course she's shy .... there's a cat in a hat above her Smiles *!*

AnnieElf said...

Smart Annie. You GOT the visual joke. Good for you.

vicci said...

I just love this little baby...she is coming around! AND...about a dog! I LOVE them all...but the Greyhounds are wonderful....I have a poodle...and think they are tops.......I missed you over the weekend...plan on it next year! A good time was had by all....XO

Star said...

That had would bring a smile every time I saw it--lucky you! :) I told my husband about your little bird baby while we were watching the Hoovers clean up the deck rail this morning.

PEA said...

Yikes, I hate to see the size of the cat that will fit the hat!! hehe I've just caught up on your last few posts...it always amazes me at the places doves will choose to nest in!! We have a huge pine tree at the front of the house where they nest every year...this year the crows got the eggs twice...phooey! xox

AnnieElf said...

Pea, I have found doves to be rather slow-witted birds. Every morning when I leave the house, I have to drive through a flock of them as they eat seed at the edge of the road. They DON'T move until the last possible moment. But I love them so I always Brake for Doves. LOL

Jone said...

I love the hat! I do a "Cat in the Hat" ight every year around the day of his birth. And the photo is so sweet of the baby bird. Are you looking for a dog?

AnnieElf said...

Hi Jone, Yes, we are looking for a small dog. More to the point, Krista is looking for small dog. It will be in our us so I guess it amounts to about the same thing. LOL

CattyCat said...

This is wonderous. WOW! Lucky you. The time the robin laid eggs in the tree outside my livingroom, none hatched. You are truly gifted to get to see this.