Just In Case…

Just in case you’re wondering….

Look Who’s Back !!!

Squirrelio’s back.

Let’s Do It !!

And he’s ready to rumble.


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Laughing makes life sweeter....especially the stinky hard parts.
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35 Responses to Just In Case…

  1. littlemiao says:

    Squirrelio’s cuter than ever!

    • LBeeeze says:

      Heheheheheheheheh….and just as cheeky too. He was so totally unafraid even when I was inches away, just on the other side of the sliding glass door. What a hoot!!!

      Thanks so much!!!

  2. Laurie says:

    I love his white eyeliner. Very stylish.

  3. Awwwww…Welcome Back, Squirrelio ^.^ It’s been a long time since I saw u. Missed u a lot 😛

  4. geologywoman says:

    Aw…so cute in the 2nd photo in that pose. I remember in the States, though, the little buggers ripping my bird feeders apart…and then there was the raccoon who simply knocked it off the wall and busted it open. I rarely see a squirrel over here.

    • LBeeeze says:

      The squirrels are merciless with bird feeders. I finally gave up and put the feed in a dish.

      I haven’t seen any raccoons since the spring but I used to have to bring the birdseed in at night because the raccoons would empty the dish every time.

      Thanks so much!!!!

  5. geologywoman says:

    OMG…I just realised Max was a squirrel in his last life. Had to be…he even makes their noises.

  6. Aussie Emjay says:

    In the top photo its little hands look so cute. It almost makes me forget my fear of them. Then I look at the bottom photo where it looks ready to pounce and is looking at me from the corner of its eye ………… 🙂

    • LBeeeze says:

      These squirrels are actually very bold as long as the sliding glass door is closed, but they’re afraid of people, so no worries about pouncing squirrels here.

      Thanks lots and lots!!!!

  7. Lauri says:

    Hooray! Just the thing for starting the New Year! 😀

  8. kimkiminy says:

    Aw, he so CUTE! Your own “pet” sqwerl. I love his little fuzzy nose, and those lovely white belly furs…

  9. LOL! After all those years of putting chili peppers in the feeder and spraying repellent around the tree, I finally gave up and left some corn and peanuts out for our resident skwrls. That didn’t satisfy them at all, however! They would come up to the kitchen window while I was working and pound on the glass: “Hey, ladeee! Hungry out here!”

    Squirrelio’s adorable!

    • LBeeeze says:

      I tried the chili peppers and other deterrents, but nothing worked. I finally gave up.

      The squirrels really do get cheeky don’t they??!! They come up to the the sliding glass door and look in the window at me. The birds do too. The squirrels and birds can be so hilarious.

      Thanks soooo much!!!

  10. Yay, he’s back! Such wonderful photos!

    Happy New Year, beeezy!

  11. Checking in to make sure you made it through the storms okay.

    • LBeeeze says:

      Thanks very much, DB!! We were very lucky. There was lots of damage from a tornado that that hit about 8 miles southeast of us, but we’re just fine.

      Thanks again for checking!

  12. robpixaday says:

    Nothing like standing in the middle of dinner to show who’s in charge!
    Great!!! 🙂

  13. robpixaday says:

    Wait…the tornadoes were that close to you? (((((((hugs)))))))

    • LBeeeze says:

      Thanks for the hugs!!

      When I got up that morning I noticed the sky/atmosphere had a green tint, which was kind of an ominous sign. I don’t know what causes the green tint, but it’s especially common during spring and summer tornado weather. I’ve never seen it in December before. Thankfully we didn’t have any damage.

      • e2thec says:

        IKWYM about that ominous green tint. (Would like to know what causes it.)

        I think I *have* seen it in winter before, but that was a while ago – back when I lived in a lake-effect snow belt. (Saw a raging thunder/lightning storm during a heavy snowfall once – crazy weather due, I think, mainly to the lake effect deal.)

        • LBeeeze says:

          What was so strange is that the green tint was evident hours before the storms even hit. I think it was in the 60s on the day before the storms, then a cold front came in like a freight train. We were very lucky here. The worst of the storms hit about 8 miles southeast of us.

          I’d also like to know what causes the green tint. Lightening and thunder during a snowstorm would be awesome.

          Thanks lots and lots!!!

          • e2thec says:

            Wow… that’s scary! (Everything that you described.) So glad you’re OK, but man… those poor people who got hit. : (

            The thunderstorm during the snowstorm was like something out of a sci-fi movie. I found it frightening, because I was in a car at the time (though not driving) and we drove right under the worst of the lightning – phew!!!

            • LBeeeze says:

              We’re really glad too!! There were a total of 10 tornadoes in the St. Louis metro area. It turned out that one touched down 2 miles from here!!! I didn’t even know it because the local media didn’t report that one until much later. We were so lucky. A lot of homes and businesses were destroyed.

              Thanks so much!!!

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