Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Bulldog, Baby Boars and a Duck

Hello everyone!  The video I have chosen for today's post is a short, two minute video about a bulldog that adopts wild baby boars.  It is delightful!

The photo I am sharing today is one that I took on my nature park walk last week.  I almost didn't see the duck but was happy to have caught a glimpse of it and took a photo.  You just need to click on the image to see a larger view.

I would really appreciate your prayers and thoughts on my behalf.  I have been having dizzy spells for a few days now...and am going to see a doctor now.  

Thank you all so much for visiting me here!  I always appreciate and enjoy reading your kind thoughts, which you are always welcome to share by clicking on the 'comments' link at the end of my post.

24 comments:

  1. Desejo-lhe as melhoras com rápida recuperação, quem sabe se as tonturas são derivadas aos olhos ou aos óculos se os usa.
    O registo é lindo, a natureza encanta sempre.
    ag

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  2. Espero que todo vaya bien y pronto desaparezcan esos mareos. Un abrazo de Miguel.

    I hope everything goes well and soon disappear these dizziness. A hug from Miguel.

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  3. This duck looks like he may be sitting on a nest! I know dizzy, I used to get attacks so bad that I had to crawl, and even when I closed my eyes, things would still spin around. I have BPV which is benign positional vertigo. Let us know what the doctor says!!!

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  4. We once had a female dog that wanted to mother small animals. She would round up the hamsters and push them up to her tummy and lick them until they were all wet! It was really cute.

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  5. Hello Linda, I do hope you are feeling a little better now? My daughter would love that video!
    Thank you for visiting me and leaving such kind remarks, with love, Linda x

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  6. You're right, this is a wonderful video. A bit surprising… About those ducks, one could almost say that, at least for a few species like the mallard, they're all over you when you don't have your camera. But when you have it, they're suddenly shy. Happens all the time.

    You have my thoughts for your health problem. I've got a feeling that you will be OK! :-)))

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  7. You see more than enough 'duck', Linda ! It's so nice !
    I think so often of you, I pray so often for you, my dear friend...
    Lie(f)s.

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  8. I wish you all the best Linda.

    Greetings,
    Filip

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  9. Linda, I hope the doctor can figure out what's causing the dizzy spells and that you feel better soon! Thank you for sharing such a lovely video and photo. Animals make me smile. :-)

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  10. Saying a prayer for you and your dizzy spell. ....I am sure the doctor will be able to find a cure....I love the videos you choose to show us...the little boars are adorable....as is the duck you photographed. Feel better soon.

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  11. I'll keep you in my prayers. I sure hope you find out what's causing it so you won't worry! Sweet hugs! Fun post!

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  12. The baby boars are so cute! (unlike adult boars!)

    I was having a lot of mini dizzy spells for a while, and had no idea why. Then I found out that it's a menopausal symptom. You, too, maybe?

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  13. Your photos and videos always make me smile. Thank-you! I pray all went well at the doctor's and that you're feeling better very soon. Please keep us updated.

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  14. Thinking of you, Linda.

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  15. Thinking of you - hope you feel better soon.

    Thank you for the lovely baby boar video and the duck photo is great :)

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  16. Love the duck:) I pray all is well with your dr's visit.

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  17. your selection of videos and photos never ceases to bring a smile to my face, even after a very long and tiring day. and i hope your visit to the doctor has brought you some relief. keep well...

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  18. Good luck with the spells and get well soon.

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  19. nice picture and hope you'll be better soon

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  20. Film, good fun, photo good shot, Our thoughts are with you my friend, maybe a little of blood pressure?

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  21. Quite the video, I can't say I've seen anything quite like that!

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  22. A bulldog and baby boars - who would think? I like how white the duck is amidst that glorious green grass. Spring has sprung in Montreal, obviously. Be better soon, my friend!

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  23. Dear Linda - missed this post yesterday...how cute. I have never seen baby boars before...was amazed that they had stripes. Glad you saw the duck as well. Read your newest post and am so glad you have nothing serious wrong. Health issues can be so scary (I do think menopause plays a part in it).

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  24. Oh My!!! I think I need a baby Boar, how adorable!

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