To start the day …. “For the Birds”!!

~~December 6, 2014~~ 

Doesn’t hurt to start the day with a bit of humor

For the Birds is a 2000 computer animated short film produced by Pixar Animation Studios and directed by Ralph Eggleston. It won the Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2001


A small bird lands on a telephone wire and makes itself comfortable, only to have a second small bird land next to it. The two birds quickly start to squabble as others land on the wire and join in. They are interrupted when a large, gangly, awkward-looking bird sitting on top of the pole honks to them. Soon, the small birds start mocking the large one by puffing up their feathers to resemble its plumage and imitating its honk. They then slide farther out along the wire and chatter suspiciously among themselves, ignoring the large bird’s attempts to befriend them until it settles in the middle of all of them out on the wire. However, its weight causes the wire to sag almost to the ground and all the small birds slide down toward it.

As the large bird keeps trying to make friends, the small ones get annoyed and try to push it off the wire, only for it to lose its balance and flop over to hang upside down by its feet. The two nearest the center start pecking at its toes, egged on by the rest of the crowd. One of the other birds suddenly panics, realizing how low the wire is and tries to stop the pecking. The others understand and stop too late; when the large bird’s last toe slides off, the wire snaps upward and flings all the small birds out of sight. The large one is so close to the ground that it settles down easily, accompanied by a shower of feathers from the small birds.


One of them falls to the ground, having lost all its feathers and the large bird laughs and offers it a leaf to cover itself. The others soon tumble down as well and hide behind the large bird as it laughs even harder. A white splatter with the words, “the end” on it against a black screen, similar to the mess caused by bird droppings, marks the end of the film.

“As it appears on …. “



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“This is my spot” 

“United we stand, divided we fall”

“There’s always something”

“Birds of a feather … stick together

“Be careful what you wish for”

“Actions have consequences”

“For every action, there’s a reaction”


~~For the Birds~~

David Redinha

~~Uploaded on Oct 18, 2008~~

This music was made for a school project.
A Pixar video with audio created by David Redinha


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We ALL are ONE!! 


Massage the Owl ….. Mmmmm!!

~~November 5, 2014~~

Owls, birds of the order Strigiformes, include about 200 species of mostly solitary and nocturnal birds of prey typified by an upright stance, a large, broad head, binocular vision and binaural hearing, and feathers adapted for silent flight. Exceptions include the diurnal northern hawk-owl and the gregarious burrowing owl.

Owls hunt mostly small mammals, insects, and other birds, although a few species specialize in hunting fish. They are found in all regions of the Earth except Antarctica and some remote islands.

Owls are divided into two families: the true owls, Strigidae; and the barn-owls, Tytonidae.



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~~Massage of the Owl~~

Kuu owl

~~Published on Oct 11, 2014~~

Kuu owl loves a massage
Relaxation style of the owl, duck sleeping


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We ALL are ONE!! 



IOTD …. “Image of the Day, #62!!

~~November 2, 2014~~ 

From ancient times, people have used the owl as a symbol of wisdom. The very serious look on the owl’s face might have given people the idea that the owl was wise. It has large, bright, wide-awake eyes that point forward. Its long lashes and upper eyelids close over its eyes.

The owl has been called a wise bird for the same reason that some men are thought to be wise — he looks wise.


A dear blogger friend taught me about this concept.

You can find Michelle here:

In her own words:

IOTD” is image of the day, a concept I came up with. I teach visual meditative therapy – or in easy terms – a mini mental holiday. For some people it is very difficult for them to get their image right. I post an image a day for people to use in their mini mental vacay. Some are serious, some are silly, and some are just beautiful!”


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We ALL are ONE!!