Friday, July 8, 2011

Had to do this one...

Ok, so it is Post Number 3 for today. But there have been a lot of comments and Mrs Snapper II' comment made me do this.
Madelines comment was:
When we were young and we would see a lizard, we would sing, "lizard, lizard, show your blanket," over and over, and they would do it. Little did we know they were feeling amorous at the time. Do you think they knew what we were saying? We certainly did not know what we were doing???? Tee hee...... Madeline

This is what Leonard looks like and what she was talking about. Us Southern Belles Know Everything!
the ridge on the back is flat until he is Flirting!!!!

14 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Never heard that song... I guess 'showing your blanket' COULD mean: Come and Lie down with me on this blanket!!!!! Ya think????? ha ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Mama-Bug said...

Love all this lizard love lore!!!! I think we're getting well educated today.

S. Etole said...

So much to learn from these "friendly" lizards !!!

Chatty Crone said...

Hey is that the same when cats or dogs raise their fur?

Remington said...

You certainly have some interesting friends in FL!

Ginny said...

Good grief, each picture he looks different or is doing something different!

Ann said...

Well I just learned something new today. I guess I'm working backwards here since I'm reading post #3 first :)

Kim @ Stuff could... said...

Never heard that song either but a gorgeous photo!

SquirrelQueen said...

It would be fun to have this cute couple living on your fence. I'm glad blogger wouldn't let you take back that post below. This has been a great reptile education.

In the eye of the beholder said...

Awesome, what a great find!

Kilauea Poetry said...

This looks great in the sepia..not? Seems your background is a tad different or is it my eyes?? They always look prehistoric to me!

Stacey Dawn said...

Cracks me up.... ;o)

George said...

This series has been quite an education for me. Since I'm not a Southern Belle I guess I can be forgiven for not knowing the song.

LC said...

Your lizard series has entertained me . It is right up there with the tomato adventures for me. And you sure do have some cooperative lizards!