4.14.2009

Wordless Wednesday - Just One






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18 comments:

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Trish.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

OH , sad or angry egg ...
what no chocolate ?
happy WW ...mine will be up later ;)

Nikowa@KHA said...

ROFL!!!!

MommyWizdom said...

Lol!!

I'm not sure if this is a good or bad thing.

Happy WW!

MommyWizdomPs. I've named your egg - it's Nutzera.

Compliments of your word verification!

What do you think?

Kim said...

Is that a "deviled" egg?

Erin @ Furry Murray said...

Don't think I've ever seen a fussy Easter egg. It cracks me up! Oh, that was SO corny and I wasn't trying to be. Oh well. :)

Momstart said...

I love the egg

Gabriel said...

LOL. That face says it all...

Great pic, and thanks again for the linky love.

Red Lotus Mama said...

Oh no ... did he not have a good Easter?

Happy WW! Check out some photos I took during my recent trip to San Francisco: http://tinyurl.com/cpayqb

Jodi said...

Aww that egg looks upset! Hope you had a great easter despite the mad egg! :)

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Mariposa said...

Happy Easter and Happy WW! ;-) Great shot. Mine is up! :-)

East Coast Wahine said...

*LOL*

Cooly decorated egg!

Alpaca Farmgirl said...

He's so excited! lol.

One of my kids was the same way. After they were done, I swiped the dye and dyed some yarn!

Ailurophile said...

Ha. Interesting expression on the egg! Nice blog :)

Tangerine Kitty said...

That's funny! Look the face.....

Robyn Jones said...

LOL!I love the facial expression on both your son, and the egg....hilarious....we tried doing eggs with two year olds.... a challenge I can assure you/...

Newlyweds Guide Francesca said...

How sad! Your boy looks blue and so does his egg!

Rachel said...

Hello there, Mrs. G. I was so glad you stopped by. I was just thinking about stopping by today... but forgot when I got on the computer. :)

That's an interesting egg. We never really did the egg colouring, but one year we did. It was fun...... :)

RYC - You are plenty welcome for the encouragement for the tortillas. I would be happy to come by and make you some... :) hint hint. They are great for making quesadillas, eating with beans and other Mexican foods, and with honey.

Glad you could come by!
Love,
~ Miss Rachel
http://dixonhomestead.com/rachel

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