mowing the lawn.

Sonic and I mow the lawn together. She loves it. She would be wearing her little sweater i knit her but she ate it the second she had it on. I may try another with acrylic or some other bad tasting yarn next time.

I am till in my work clothes. Saw no reason to change just to mow the lawn


albert's picture

What a sweet bird! The different shades of green in this photo inspire ideas.

crmartin's picture

That's adorable, she loves her daddy!



Mnjack's picture

The picture is worth a thousand words. What a beautiful bird. Thanks for sharing.

mrossnyc's picture

That's great!

That's one way to get extra fiber in a macaw's diet I suppose. Knit sweaters, or snacks as the case may be. Who woulda thought? I know they're chewers, but sweaters?!!?


WillyG's picture

Too funny about the sweater!!! I think I'll eat my knitting in public some day...

And Sonic's coloring... *adoring sigh* Yeah, let's call it a "colorway."

chipsir's picture

That is just toooooo funny,the positive way to look at it is......your knitting is looking good enough to eat lol. And work clothes are great for mowing lawns unless you are a fashion model!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Maybe she misunderstood and thought the wool would warm her from the inside out. LOL Still, her colorway would make a grand looking sweater or afghan. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

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New York Built's picture

Some of the recipients of my knitting consumed the fiber immediately as well...even though the nutrition label clearly indicates caution. I can't seem to find wool on the food pyramid, either. The FDA should be told, donchathink?

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scottly's picture

I'm sure Sonic thought she had just been given some fabulous nesting material and proceeded to process it. Great picture!!!