Where ??

Oh, NOES !!!   Where ??

Where did all the trees go ??!!

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27 Responses to Where ??

  1. Who who who took them?

  2. LBeeeze says:

    Who Who Who took them where ??
    Who Who Who ???
    Can Who please bring them back ?? : (

  3. Tammie says:

    Whoo Whoo,oh noes- I hopes you find them!!!

  4. LBeeeze says:

    Or maybe their babies will grow in their places…. Who..Who…We still have hope !!

  5. LBeeeze says:

    Oh, please, Trees….Do come back !!

  6. Waterbaby says:

    He doesn't want to come out to find out who took the trees, I reckon.

  7. Tammie says:

    I hope their babies grow in their places, that would be super great, pass on the tree house.

  8. LBeeeze says:

    Perhaps he will take to the sky, soar and fly….until at last he finds his trees….his most special friends….even closer than the wind.

  9. LBeeeze says:

    Yes !!! Trees….baby trees, then bigger trees still !!

  10. Tammie says:

    Baby trees, grow, grow, grow!!!!

  11. Waterbaby says:

    Do owls soar? {scratches head; researches online; continues pondering}

  12. Ivysgrandkid says:

    *sounds like owl* who who who who whooooooooo!!!

  13. LBeeeze says:

    I checked my thesaurus, and it said other words for soar were "fly" and "rise," so I think owls qualify as soarers.

  14. LBeeeze says:

    Who ?? Hahahahahahaha !!!

  15. LBeeeze says:

    Thanks….yes, poor owl….he wants his trees back.

  16. Waterbaby says:

    With all due respect, synonyms are not identical or necessarily interchangeable. (But I needn't point that out to you, right? Right? 🙂 ) Soar by its first definition means "to fly aloft or about"; by its second "to sail or hover in the air often at a great height." Which is its common and most popularly interpreted usage. It would sound odd to say, for example, "the gnat soars through the air" though by the first definition it is correct. Words are more than their bare-bones technical definition; they are imbued with nuance and subtlety so I am sticking with owls don't soar. Sail through the air, yes. (P.S. Normally I'd charge $50 for the wordsmith service; for you, free. 😀 )

  17. Waterbaby says:

    p.s. the thesaurus is never a definitive source for definitions; for that, one must inquire of Merriam-Webster. or go to its site.

  18. LBeeeze says:

    Wonderful !!!
    Ok….I'll give you the low down……you shared so much, so you certainly deserve the honest reason why I chose "soar," even though I knew it was techinically correct, but not correct in the most common use of the word…..
    Poetic license….
    I was attempting to be poetic….the industrialized nations have done such a good job of raping the earth, even in our lifetimes, that I feel compelled to wax poetic in my expression of sorrow. Does that make you feel even a little better ?? Hope so. : )

  19. Waterbaby says:

    🙂 Pushin' it. 🙂 Poetic attempts aknowledged, at the end of the day, I will always stand up for words.

  20. LBeeeze says:

    Words can stand alone
    Or in crowds
    They can tell you how to be
    Or they can teach you to dream
    This I know
    Not every word
    Is exactly what it seems

  21. LBeeeze says:

    You bring out the poet in me…. : )

  22. awwwwww, those EYES!!!

  23. LBeeeze says:

    Thanks !! Owls always look so "owly-eyed," but this guy has that startled, questioning look for sure.

  24. Emmi says:

    Your home is now in my notebook, owls. Sorry.
    Harry Potter says FSC certified is the best paper! 😉

  25. LBeeeze says:

    Yes….so sorry, Owls……hunting isn't so good in our notebooks.
    Thanks for stopping by !!

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