Tuesday, February 28, 2012

My house has been a circus!



This is an old view freebie....
I have revamped it, so it's a better quality:)

Thank you to everyone who left us good wishes
and prayers!
I sent one little one off to school, and the other one is going tomorrow :)

xox


15 comments :

Kathleen said...

Hopefully you are the ringmaster in your circus...cute image, so thank you.

ike said...

Awesome - thank you for this cutie xxxxxx

Kiwi Sarah said...

So cute, feeling a bit like that myself at the moment :)

Rhonda Miller said...

Thank you, this is so cute.

Ardilla said...

Thank you.....

Sandy said...

Thanks for the cutie freebie!

Glad to hear the whole gang is mending from the flu!

Sandy S

Heather "Hev" said...

Thank you again :)

Healthy vibes headed your way

Hugs Heather xx

Kelley said...

After the flu show, I bet you are ready to join the circus!

Thank you for the elephant.

Debbie D (Padster) said...

cute cute cute - thank you xx

Cora said...

Thanks for sharing this cute elephant

califncsun said...

Cute image.

TYFS

Cathy -Mercieschild said...

This is so cute, thank you bunches hugs Cathy

Pauline said...

This is a delight! How often I said I would run off and join the circus! I love your image, and thank you for sharing it! I need to make a cheer-up card for my closest friend, and this will be perfect. I am glad to hear that your home is on the mend, and that the littlies are starting back at school! It's now time for Mum to recuperate too!
hugs and blessings,
Pauline

Anita said...

Too cute! Thanks for sharing!

Scrappy Rat said...

I'm glad more make-believe elephants are joining the circus so hopefully the real ones won't have to perform anymore. :) PBS had a documentary about them a few months ago. I totally cried. If you see that they're showing it again, check it out. It was bittersweet, since they also showed some of the elephants who have been rescued from circuses (you don't even want to know how they're trained, kept, etc.). Two remembered each other the minute the second one arrived at the rescue. They hadn't seen each other since the 1960's when they were used in the same very sad circus that had shut down and split them up to sell them off to two different circuses (Females usually bond for life, never leaving the herd of their mothers and sisters.) Now they are rarely seen without one's trunk wrapped around the other's neck. Is that not the sweetest thing you've ever heard? :) Elephants really never forget. It's incredible!