Thursday, May 17, 2007

play time






It was fun taking pics of this squirrel. First it looked at the swing for sometime. Then climbed on it and started playing by getting down and then climbing back again:). watching that was a fun time pass for me:)

14 comments:

Asha said...

Great pics.You do have lot of patience to wait and take those pics.I try that too to get some pics of the birds feeding in our bird house,soo hard!!:)))
Here is a link for Andhra Idli Podi.

http://www.sailusfood.com/2006/05/23/endu-kobbari-podi-spiced-dry-coconut-powder/

bee said...

that squirrel is such a funny guy/gal. nice pics.

Reena said...

cute pics beens.

Jeena said...

Hi Meera that is so cute! Sometimes we see a squirel near our house and we throw him out peanuts :)

Meera's Blog said...

hi asha:)thanks a lottttt for that recipe link!!appreciate that a lot.

no it wasnt a hard job,that lil thing did all these activities within minutes:)i have very lil patience;)

thanks bee:)it comes out every summer to play around.

Meera's Blog said...

thanks jeena n reenie:)

Sukanya Ramkumar said...

o o they are so cute. nice picture...

Seena said...

I had one when I was a child..I still love to have one at home..

Neelu said...

He is looking so cute playing there:)

Ranjani said...

since u posted this in ur food blog , should i assume that u cooked up the squirrel & ate it ..hee hee..ok going to throw up now..

Meera's Blog said...

thanks sukanya:)_
seena,u had one of your own??wow,are they friendly?
neelu,you have a beautiful blog:)

ranjani,u are crazy:)ya i ate that squirrel:)now make sure u throw up;)

Reena said...

knock! knock! :))

Meera's Blog said...

i know:)waiting for him to download boohoooooooooo:(

Jacob Matthan said...

Thanks for the comment on our blog, so I visited yours. Your blog is yummy and reminded me of my aunt, the late Mrs. K. M. Mathew. She, and my wife, Annikki, were peas in a pod as far as creativity is concerned. Annikki is not a cookery expert, but she is a great designer, especially of "edible art". Now-a-days she concentrates on her garden. I have bookmarked your blog and look forward to more great pictures of Kerala and other Indian dishes. Jacob Matthan, Oulu, Finland