I’m sure by now most of my regular readers know that my weekend routine includes a walk with Maddie. You’re also aware that I take as many photos as the dog will allow. What you may not know is that I like to imagine the conversations the birds and squirrels might be having.
If that didn’t scare you away, I’d encourage you to take a quick run through the gallery for the conversation I think is happening on baseball fields in two parks that are across the street from each other.
“I’ll bet those knuckleheads went to the wrong park…again!”
Aerial coverage provided by this guy. I hope one of my bird buddies can help me identify him.
“These guys are supposed to find the strike zone? They can’t even find the right park.”
This post is part of Linda G. Hill’s fun weekly series One-Liner Wednesday. You can follow this link to see the one-liners from the other participants.
Early start to a beautiful spring day.
“I’m going to have a little snack before the game. Prices at the stadium are so high.”
“Is this game ever going to start?”
“Oooh, someone spilled some sunflower seeds.”
“Third base is covered. Where is everybody?”
“I think they went to the wrong field.”
“I love playing first base. Lots of action and plenty of bugs.”
“Where’s the rest of the team?”
“You sure this is the right field?” Right field? I’m playing short stop.”
“Wait, the other field is over there?”
“Is that them?”
“Oh, Family Park, that’s right.”
“Maybe they’re at the field over there.”
“Do we have permission to play here?”