It's a good life.
Me too. Longtime muppet fan here.
Make that three. More like Guy Smiley to me, though (he was the guy who always hosted the muppet's gameshows. I think he was a news person too. But he looked JUST like that...)
Yup. Guy Smiley. Thanks for the chuckle!
Guy Smiley...check out uTube selection of old Guy doing "Air".Daughter #1 and Son-in-law #1 have a huge Muppet collection and a framed poster of Jim Henson in their computer room. (they are in their mid-30s and have been fans since childhood).
LOL! Love it. Thanks for the smile.
This definitely gave me a chuckle. I'm totally a SS fan. I can't wait to watch it with Weston when he gets a little older.Tom
is that an empty chrysallis?
C is for cookie, that's good enough for me!
FC,The muppets do sort of get into your brain and change the way you look at things ;)Jen,I had forgotten about good ole Guy! You're right - the little swamp monster does look a lot like him.Woodswalker,You're welcome. And thank you for the beautiful flowers you have been posting -- I still can't leave a comment on your site, but I visit regularly!Caroline,My kids are in their mid-20s and watched Sesame Street just about everyday when they were small. They laugh at me because I still go around singing Ladybug Picnic, Little Rebel L, and C is for Cookie!Lynne,You're welcome! It made me smile, too.Tom,You and Weston have a lot to look forward to -- but beware, Sesame Street is notorious for creating earworms that stay with you for a looooonnnnngggg time (see my reply to Caroline).Pablo,It is a dried leaf with a couple of spot galls of some sort.woverman,Yes! Cookie, cookie, cookie start with C!!
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