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Thursday, March 8, 2007

My Blog Buddies: T-Man and CC-Man

Ever since I have been blogging, I have met some wonderful birds, dogs, and humans around the world. It's nice to be able to exchange thoughts with other people. Two of my internet friends are T-Man the Poodle and CC-Man the Cockatiel who live in a far away place called Chicago. Here are some of their pictures:
T-Man is the black fluffy thing CC-Man is walking around on. Here is a better picture of him:

If you have been reading my blog faithfully, as you should, you probably remember that CC-Man was sick a little while ago, and I'm happy to report that he's much better. To read more about my furry and feathered friends, go to the link under "Blog Buddies" to T-Man's Precious Poodle blog. T-Man posts a lot of pictures not only of himself, but also of CC-Man the Cockatiel. I have to write all my own posts, but CC-Man has a secretary!

My favorite blog post so far is a series of pictures that show CC-Man first eating out of his seed dish, and then throwing it. Here is the link. Enjoy!

4 comments:

T-man said...

Ooh, thanks for the mention of my blog! I'm SO honored to get a special writeup on your great website!! CC-man is sleeping right now, so I'll tell him about it tomorrow morning :)

Your friend,
T-man

J. L. LeMone said...

Hi T-Man!

You're welcome! I'm glad you enjoyed it! What did CC-man say?

J. L. LeMone

T-man said...

CC-man is really excited to be featured on your blog! He has been preening himself all day since he's a star now. He wants to make sure he looks good in case the papparazzi take more photos of him!

T-man

J. L. LeMone said...

Yes, T-Man, it is very important for us cockatiels to be meticulously preened, since star photographers might stop by any minute. Unlike you poodles, who go to the groomer's and then live by the wash-and-wear principle, we don't trust anyone but ourselves to clean every feather and keep it in the correct place. That's why we are always ready for the camera!

J. L. LeMone