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DAY 322 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: Miss Bright Eyes

her momma took this photo


and this one too


schlepping her baby…
thief of George’s toy and cage…
navigating stairs

Yeah, she's a wanderer- not like Dion, 
but this tune was in my head while writing this post.
Miss Bright Eyes also keeps us entertained!

shared with Rebecca's






Comments

With entertainment like that, you don't need to go far from home!
carol l mckenna said…
What a sweetie and you captured her so well in all her movements with photos and haiku ~ thanks,

Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^
J C said…
Oh Nonnie, what a very clever haiku you have written. And Miss Bright Eyes is so pretty!
Why, the little thief! LOL
Lea said…
Oh my how she is growing Nonnie! It is so fun to watch her and what escapades she is on. Thank you for sharing this delight with us!
rebecca said…
dear nonnie,
how dear it is to visit for a weekly haiku-and meet miss bright eyes!
thanks for sharing you and yours!
xo

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