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Our Lady of Weight Loss

Our Lady of Weight Loss

JigSaw Sunday – The Grackle Knows…

The Grackle is filled with snap, crackle and pop!

Today’s GetJiggy Weight Loss JigSaw Puzzle was inspired by the multitude of Grackles that live in the trees in my courtyard.   At first I thought them Crows, but not!

Your regular, common Grackle is a blackbird that looks as if it’s been stretched.  The tail is longer and taller than your typical blackbird, his bill is tapered and his body has a glossy-iridescent glow!

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Typically, Grackles hang tight in groups, both high in the trees and as they walk the lawns and fields on their long legs!

They squeak, whistle and croack!  They eek-it-out and whistle loud and proud!   Want to hear???

Remember:  Clicking burns calories.  Your Sunday JigSaw Weight Loss Puzzle keeps your hands and mind busy!!!

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Janice Taylor
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