Week #32 challenge was a Birds with Brown Feathers.
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“Brown”ies are one of my favorite chocolatey snacks. Some of your brown birds could have passed the chocolate meter. I love chocolate and I eat it every day of my life. Sometimes more than once. Sorry, went off on a tangent and now I think I need to go bake.
Brown is the new kaleidoscope of color and all of you met that challenge with some gorgeous birds this week.
People often don’t think brown birds are very attractive. Well, tell that to more than 1/2 the male species because their women are brown. They got feelings and look humbling enough with no makeup on or their hair did at the hair doing place. Don’t none of them have to worry about growing into an old maid because their companions love them without any flashy color.
They are beautiful!
Welcome newbies Jacquie and Judy to Bird Weekly!
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Next up: Week #33: Birds on a wire or fence (dock or railing is okay too)
I look forward to seeing your creations this week!