Woman in lavender hoodie: Ordinarily, seeing the first robin of Spring is a pleasant thing...
A picture window an accomplish roughly the same thing!
If there was any justice in the universe that woulda been a groundhog.
Looks like that was a cardinal.
Could have been worse. Could have been a Smurf.
Yeah, we have had a lot of fowl weather.
Remind me to not read this over breakfast.
Poor little bugger. If only she’d known. Brightens up the snow, of course – all that blood and feathers …
It’s snowing here in Maryland on the first day of spring.
Eww! I’m eating breakfast!
The first robin doesn’t mean that spring has arrrived. When you see your first bug, that’s when you know it’s spring.
May his day be a blizzard.
Spring here in Memphis . Elvis fanatics everywhere and March showers bring April flowers at Graceland .
“He had a lot of … guts.”- James Bond On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
So, what was that bird doing under all that snow?
“Reflection of the sky off the window.”~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Exactly! Reflections of other houses would tend to make them avoid that window..
Perhaps this cartoon was based in Fargo.
This is the first time I wish we didn’t have colored comics. When I read this here at 6 a.m. (while eating of course) I was grossed out. I just finished my local paper. The same strip in b&w doesn’t have the same impact.
Hello Boston, can you see daylight yet?I really hope you don’t get rain until most of that snow melts!
I hope that wasn’t Stupid from Diamond Lil
@AlAround here, convertibles are only useful a few days out of the year. The rest of the time, it is frostbite, sunburn, or soaking.
Once, a Thai friend came over to visit us and I pointed to a robin. He said, “Can you eat it?”. I replied, “If you can catch it, you can cook it.”
Excellent pun-ology today, but it looks like jenifer gets the top award.
Oh dear how sad. Why is the Robin up North anyway?It should of stayed in Florida.
The early Bird gets the worm auger!
I remember hitting a bird that took off right in front of my car when I was in England. I looked in my rear view mirror and all I saw was a whole bunch of feathers.