Thursday, September 8, 2011

Featherbaby

Y'all, I have a new friend.
He's handsome.
And kinda friendly.
And he eats snakes.


Friends, meet Pepe.
Pepe LePeacock.

I tried to name him Charlie.
But Pepe was Mr. BUB's idea.

Also, he's not technically ours.
He just showed up at our office one day.

Of course, this means I begged Mr. BUB to let me take Pepe home.
I haven't been successful yet.
Mr. BUB is worried about getting pecked in the face while trying to wrangle Pepe.
Lame.

So in the meantime, we admire his beauty.


Oh, are you taking my picture?
This is my good side.


28 comments:

Amanda said...

How wild is that?? They are such beautiful birds...is he just in your neighborhood?

Whitney said...

He is near your office? I'm dying to know where you work now or is there just more peacocks walking around? They are so beautiful!

Selina. said...

ahh i love it! i want a featherbaby!

tessica said...

Is this, as in having peacocks around your area, normal?
Do you really live in the jungle and just haven't told us?

star said...

Oh he's beautiful! I would beg timmy to let me keep him too! But of course, he's more logical than me, and would never agree to it!

The Miskell Family said...

ohhhh heather sue...will you or benny go pull a couple of feathers out for me... Ha, I have a vase that would look even better with some peacock feathers :)

Ashleigh said...

omg, that is so random for one to show up- how cool!

Michelle said...

Peacocks are so beautiful but I heard they were mean!!! Be careful!!!

itsprettyawkward.com said...

He eats snakes?!?! Pepe is a badass.

Meg O. said...

I think Pepe would be a great brother for your furbabies! Hell, he'd be great looking next to handsome Dexter ;)

Life With Lauren said...

Love this! Wish one would show up at mine:)

Jennifer B said...

I need one. I need Pepe.

tara said...

He needs to live in your backyard!!!!!

Rebekah said...

Love him! Haha, you should know, they don't like you to touch their little feather things on the top of their head. I've done it and it just makes them angry. :)

Wiz said...

Ha, love the name Pepe! And I would never get any work done with Pepe around. I would just watch him all day....not that I get much work done nowadays anyways :)

Leeann @ Join the Gossip said...

What? He just showed up? Where do you work? A zoo? That's crazy!!

Jules said...

lol. Scared he's going to peck his face! That would be something to catch on video for sure :) oh- Don't tell him I said that!!!!

jennie said...

I love this post. Obviously.

Pepe rules!

Heather said...

Omigoodness he's gorgeous...and he eats snakes?! Looks like I need to buy myself a peacock!

Lil' Woman said...

I didn't know they ate snakes....hmmm...learn something new everyday ; )

joelizabeth said...

Oh, my gosh! This is amazing :) And I laughed out loud at "Mr. BUB is worried about getting pecked in the face while trying to wrangle pepe. Lame." Thanks for the blog love earlier, Heather!

Miss Lindsay said...

MR BUB!!! LOVEEEEE IT!!!

Meghan said...

Where do you work? I would totally die if I saw a peacock around my building...

Amber said...

Tell Ben you need this lovely creature!

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love their colors. the ones at our zoo just roam the grounds...pretty cool when they are right next to you!

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cutest. friend. ever. haha. adore this post. if you get a second I'd would love to hear what you think of my latest outfit post. xoxo

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Sarah @ Scissors and a Whisk said...

Awww.. peacocks remind me of my Omie's house. She had several roaming her ranch. <33

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Katie said...

That is awesome! I would totally take a peacock home if I found one wandering around!!!

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