Thursday, 17 January 2008

Birdy warning?

Ok....it's 2am, I'm exhausted and the birds are singing outside as if it's 7am. They never sing here at this time of night.
 
What the hell's goin on?
 
Am I in some kind of alternate reality??
 
x

11 comments:

redpoppy007 said...

that is strange?  Maybe the UFO in Texas is in England now? LOL....

malagutigrrl said...

They're HAPPY!

hugsdoodlewacky said...

(((((((((((((STEVIE)))))))))))Maybe the birds had to much mountian dew.LOL.They are just happy.Have a good night and get some sleep.

nightmaremom said...

ummmmmmm........ maybe they are getting back at you for all the late night recording sessions :)~
love ya
xxxx

jeadie05 said...

I have heard them at night too on occasion ..weird ..love Jan xx

ally123130585918 said...

I think the Birds are in some kind of alternative reality :o) not you Stevie :o) ~ Ally x

gazker said...

You sure it aint Anths chirping underpants going off?
LOLOL
Gaz ;-)

zoepaul6968 said...

no hun youre clocks stopped lol all the best zoe xx
http://journals.aol.co.uk/zoepaul6968/domestic-chaos/

patrice21459 said...

Birds make lots of noise because they can't make themselves heard with noise from traffic and such during the day, especially in an urban area but  it's quieter at night.  Also to claim their territory...
See I'm just FULL of info, that's what Mum's are for....
x x x

primal53711 said...

Yes, its called "global warming". :) Seriously, I think the birds are freaked out...

luddie343 said...

Hiya Stevie, yer Mom's right, add to that the condition of the planet, not so good.  There's an electro-magnetic field (EMF) surrounding earth and even the smallest fraction of a shift will confuse not only birds but whales, dolphins, bats, any life form that uses sonar to guide them.  You'll see alot of oddities in the next few years.  We've had a major tectonic shift and certainly haven't been very kind to our only ship out in this space.  But while we're here - steer well! CATHY
http://journals.aol.com/luddie343/DARETOTHINK/ LL&Prosper  

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