Monday, 26 July 2021

Whale


I have a new wooden whale in my kitchen I say
Of course you do you say 

76 comments:

  1. Barbara Anne11:17 pm

    And I almost wrote in my London comment to ask if you bought something fishy while in London. Close, but he/she is a mammal! Looking good. :)

    Hugs!

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    1. Whale came from California he’s taken months to arrive

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  2. Of course you do! (And it’s majestic.)

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  3. It continues your beautiful art wall to another wall in the kitchen. You have a lovely kitchen art gallery!

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    1. I shall charge an admission fee soon

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  4. And now you need a mermaid to keep your whale company.

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  5. The whale is a nice addition to your art collection. Whales are very interesting mammals. Observing whales at sea is phenomenal. Once when sailing off the shore of Cape Cod a whale dove under our boat. The depth sounder showed we were at a depth of 150 ft. and shifted to 10 ft. when the whale swam under us.

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    1. I’ve only seen wales in puget sound off Seattle

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  6. A Blue Whale perchance?

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  7. I shall look out for whales tomorrow as I'm on the south coast and whales are here-I've travelled in the heat and I've already told 2 people that I'm not happy with their behaviour and I've had a fracas with a very enormous dogs owner who scared my gang-I have a double here apparently with double dogs which I find spooky and the weather is very wet-I think I may have come on holiday by mistake x

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    1. it's a nightmare-misty,wet,muddy,cowpats galore and I'm being eaten alive by bitey things x

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  8. He's an awfully nice looking whale!

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  9. And what a marvelous whale it is!

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  10. Love it! That cottage becomes more cheerful with each passing day!

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    1. It’s bright and colourful and full of fun now

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  11. Whales are usually made from blubber.

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  12. Whales are rare in Wales. But maybe that's changing.

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  13. Fab- you- liss! And it fits the space perfectly! You are a genius!

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  14. He looks very much at home

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  15. Fabulous! Does your whale have a name? X

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    1. Anonymous10:42 am

      Wally the whale of course. What else would it be called, are whales ever named anything else?

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    2. Wilbur, or Wilhemina!

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    3. Ooops, Wilhelmina!

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  16. Doesn't everyone have a whale in their kitchen? No, hang on a minute, I don't! Love it. xx

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  17. I like your whale!

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  18. Love this - what a cheerful thing for the wall :)

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  19. Lovely...you are developing a very aquatic feel in your kitchen!

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    1. Goes well with Dorothy’s puddles of water

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  20. It's not going anywhere! hehe

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  21. watching the whales in the puget sound while on a boat was a majestic experience for me.

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    1. Ive crossed piglet sound by ferry and watched the wales follow

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  22. A delightful addition to all of your other whimsy John. XXXX

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  23. There is always more wallspace

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  24. How did you get that home?

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  25. Of course you do, I say!

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  26. You have the coolest art.

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    1. I was a bit disappointed by it, I thought it was going to be bigger

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  27. Ha! Love it. My British mother used to tell my three sons (when they were very small) to leave their "willies" alone. You can imagine the laughter in our house when years later the (whale) movie "Free Willy" came out. :)

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    1. Free Willy ……as if

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    2. I have a rotating giant willy clock-it's quite tasteful really x

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    3. But it's the Cerne Abbas Giant's Willy John-purchased in the very quaint village itself x

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  28. OBVIOUSLY you have a wooden whale in your kitchen. I like it.

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  29. I love the whale bright and cheerful !!!

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