Monday, March 31, 2008

Look who I found among the daffodils!

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Ok, so she's no spring pig, but she has got to be the cutest chalk pig I have ever seen!

If she were mine, I'd trim that little branch from in front of her saucy face. But it could be that the people who live in her house on NW Everett only look at her in profile, from the yard side of the wrought iron fence.

15 comments:

WendyB said...

Sex-ay swine!

George Townboy said...

You know, sometimes I have a comment in mind, then I see the one left before me, and I can't do anything but laugh!!

Nice photo ... take the pruning shears with you next time.

Lynette said...

Guess what I found out earlier today and completely forgot until just now? Those lovely lavender flowers from yesterday are called pig squeak! Marsha, a friend at work told me all about it, and I found this online, too: This plant gets its common name, Pig Squeak, from the sound the leaf makes when rubbed between two fingers.

How coincidental is this? One day, it's Pig Squeak. The next day it's a sex-ay swine--thanks, WendyB!

WendyB said...

Pig Squeak is the most delightful name ever! I'm in love with it. Now I need to find some to test out the sound FX!

Chuck Pefley said...

So, did Miss Piggy eat the garden troll? Or is she pretending she is the garden troll? -:)

Hyde DP said...

the comments are even funnier than the post! I'm ROTFL

George Townboy said...

Pig Squeak ... how cool is that??

Have an awesome day ... and beware of Jokers.

Chris said...

OMG!! I think I remember seeing those when I was little!! Too funny!

Olivier said...

c'est la nouvelle copine de FS ;o)

Is the new girlfriend of FS ;o)

Andrea said...

A Miss Piggy look a like. Great find.

smilnsigh said...

Such a cutie. She could use a dab of paint, here and there too. :-)

brian said...

LOL, very cute!

Jana said...

Great photo! What a great find!

Greg said...

What a great shot on top with the dog in the air!

:-)

AVCR8TEUR said...

What a find! I want one in my yard for laughs. The Ms. Piggy look-a-like seems to have been out in the wild for quite some time.