Monday, May 31, 2010

Child of Nature


Anonymous Robin Raven said...

Ah, L.A. Love it, and your dog is so cute. :-) The Q-Teas were a great idea. The whole series is hilarious.

9:07 PM  
Blogger Eris said...

Wow, where in LA is that? I was just down in the area for a week in May and the sky was BROWN, not blue, and I didn't see any nature. Where is there blue sky in LA?

10:34 AM  
Blogger Claire said...

It is funny. I was looking at the opening shot and I said to myself OOOOO, "nature". Then I thought about all the things I think about when I think of Florida nature...heat, humidity, sunburn, sunscreen, heat stroke, mosquito, fire ants, (depending on where you are) alligators, severe thunderstorms, and so on. Then you came on and said rattle snakes, allergies, and I couldn't understand what was premenstrual (did you say premenstrual bees?)

We are about the same age and I have always thought that we could be friends in real life if not for the 3000 miles separating us. This Q-Tea makes me certain we could be.

4:13 PM  
Blogger Miss Cavendish said...

This post reminded me of "If You Give a Moose a Muffin": "If Quinn takes her dog into nature . . ." Also: that sound effect (which appeared twice?) reminded me of a similar-sounding moment in "Picnic at Hanging Rock." What a referential post!

8:49 PM  
Blogger lisahgolden said...

I think I saw the mountains from the M.A.S.H. opening sequence.

I can relate to this. Sadly. I was chased off my lovely deck by a very loud, very insistent that we should get to know each other better hornet.

12:26 PM  

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