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Sunday, April 20, 2014

Happy Easter from Chico, CA! Sundays in My City

See what's happening around the globe this Easter Sunday thanks to UnknownMami's Sundays in My City.

Welcome to Chico, California.
Happy Easter from DuPont...

and Snake Duck. He hisses, and look at that tongue! [I didn't even know that ducks have tongues until this one tried to lick me.]
Professor Mal says happy Easter too.
Enjoy chocolate peeps &
Enjoy chocolate, peeps!


Have a blessed Easter Sunday and new week.

40 comments:

  1. 'I didn't even know that ducks have tongues until this one tried to lick me.'
    I'm not even going to touch that line. I'll just let it sit there. Unlicked.
    Anyway, Dupont looks ready to deliver eggs.
    Wait, that doesn't sound right either.
    I'm going back to my Easter basket.
    Happy Easter, Robyn.

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  2. DuPont as a sheep is hilarious. Happy Easter to Chico and you!
    ;-)
    Traci

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  3. Haha, Alex, I love your humor. I knew that sentence sounded suggestive, but it's true.

    DuPont does it all. I think he's supposed to be a bunny but he looks a lot more like a sheep here. Thanks, Traci.

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  4. What fun. I assume you didn't allow the ducks tongue anywhere near your chocolate?
    Happy Easter.

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  5. Glad Easter was a lot of fun. Happy Easter!

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  6. I'm afraid that Snake Duck is not a duck, my dear. He's a Canada goose. So . . . greetings from Canada, eh?

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  7. This is the first time I've truly felt sorry for DuPont. What have they done to him????

    Any time you use "lick" in a sentence you are asking for it. Also the words snake and duck don't really go together.

    Happy Easter Robyn!

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  8. The duck err umm goose wanted to lick your caboose? Frisky canadians down there for a visit

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  9. Looks like you had a nice day!! Did Professor Mal pose for that pic? It's so cute!

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  10. DuPont has never looked better!! Except he looks half sheep, half bunny...

    I've never been brave enough to try cheeps dipped in chocolate. I'm not a huge fan of cheeps. Maybe one of these days though, it does have chocolate after all...

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  11. Happy Easter to you and DuPont. Keep the wolves away from him. Wolves like lamb chops.

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  12. Ooop...how did that Canada Goose get in there. Seems like buggers are everywhere!

    I hope you had a lovely day, Robyn.

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  13. Deb, actually, when I left for work today I remembered that, as you'd told me previously, that's a Canadian Goose. I came home and was going to edit this post, hoping not many people had seen it. Oh, well. Ducks and geese are in the same family. No? Probably only as to the same extent as snakes and ducks are related.

    Robin, yeah, but look at that tongue. He's licked me before. Don't get the wrong idea; it was my hand. I was feeding him some bread. Note that I've decided he's a he because he licked me. Smiles. And since he's Canadian, he was polite enough to lick only once.

    JoJo, he appeared to pose, though he came up to me for my goods (i.e., bread crumbs). Smart guy, that Professor Mal.

    Hope you all had a great Easter weekend.
    xoRobyn

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  14. I hope you had a great Easter weekend. :-)

    And DuPont totally looks like a sheep, but hey, it still sort of works for Easter if you think about it.

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  15. When I first glanced at the pics I thought the peeps pic was a chocolate covered banana! Happy Easter!

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  16. The ducks where you live try to lick you? Man, what magical happy rainbow world do you live in?

    When I go running there are plenty of ducks and geese, and they block the trail like a gang of winged hoodlums. And if you try to pass them, they'll nip at you and squawk angrily.

    In fact, I got chased by a goose last year while biking. Sure, he didn't stand a chance of catching me, but just the fact that this big stupid bird was waddling after me with the intent to kill was enough to realize that they're jerks. All of them.

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  17. He wasn't trying to lick you, he was trying to kill you!! Run, Robyn, Run!!!!! It's payback for a twisted Easter Sunday!!! Trust me, I know. Geese and ducks here in my neck of the U.S. are pure evil!!

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  18. I didn't know that ducks had tongues either! :-) Hope your Easter was a happy one.

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  19. Cute and funny. I knew that geese could get pretty aggressive, but not ducks. Cheers!!

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  20. Dupont puts up with a lot, doesn't he. I admire his willing to play along.

    Just recently a goose attacked me and bit my arm. I am serious...Geese and I are not friendly at the moment.

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  21. I saw those chocolate covered peeps and wondered if they were any more palatable than the plain Peeps (blech). But chocolate makes almost anything better.

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  22. Hey Robyn,

    What the duck is going on? Ducks have tongues and they get the situation licked. Thanks for such a fowl posting.

    As for Easter, yep that darned Easter Bunny was off on one of those ridiculous blog hops.

    Gary :) x

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  23. Have you noticed how the Creme Eggs are getting smaller but the price keeps going up? That's one of those things that makes life too difficult to bear sometimes... ;-)

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  24. Isn't that hissing sound horrible? We take our girls to feed the geese sometimes, and those little bastards are MEAN! They all hiss if we don't give them the bread fast enough. And they have little teeth too. Did you know that? They look like little piranha teeth. Geese are freaky, I tell ya!

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  25. Poor DuPont just can't see the wool over his eyes; otherwise, he'd gallop over to protect you from the evil Canadian goose!

    Julie

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  26. I saw those chocolate Peeps for the first time ever.

    I also saw a hissing goose over the long Easter weekend. And I took his/her picture. :)

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  27. i hope you had a wonderful passover!
    lovely photos of your city.

    big hugs!

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  28. I forgot to buy peeps this year. Easter fail. Happy Passover to you (do you say Happy Passover? Is that kosher? :)

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  29. That lick will hurt, those little bastards have teeth.

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  30. You're right, my friends. Those geese or ducks or whatever they are are mean bastards. Theresa said it best. They have teeth too? Damn...I'm not feeding them anymore.

    Herman, I agree. It's a problem too wrong for words.

    Elizabeth, yes. Happy Passover is appropriate and appreciated. Thanks.

    Keep a smile, folks.
    xoRobyn

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  31. A duck tried to lick you, Robyn? Oy vey, even the birds are getting fresh! It must be a sign...

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  32. Hope you're having a good week too, Robyn. Those pictures make me want to be outside.

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  33. Like Alex, I am surprised to see ducks have a tongue.

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  34. Hang on and Honk, eh. Those were Canada Geese. And nothing like a Canadian Goose, eh!

    Aha!

    Gary :)
    x

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  35. I'm sure ducks don't have tongues like that. Robyn, are you trying to pull a fast one again?
    There is a difference between a lick and a deep kiss, and with a tongue like that - you'd never know - beware the duck!

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