On a recent walk with Maddie, we got to watch a little scene play out high atop the lights at the baseball field. It reminded me of the guys who tried too hard to pick up women in bars. I’m sure this activity still goes on, but it brought me back to the early 80s (the last time I was anywhere near those places). I can only imagine the bird on the left saying:
“What part of no don’t you understand?”
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.
The first few photos in the gallery are the sequence we watched (click on the top left photo to start a slide show). The gallery also includes some other photos from our walk. Sometimes, I stop Maddie to take a photo. Sometimes Maddie stops me to look at something. Sometimes, the bunnies stop us and force us across the street.
The drama was playing out up there.
The soon-to-be-target of unwanted attention.
“I like this place. Nice atmosphere, great view and peaceful.”
“Hey there honey. Do you come here often?”
“Why are you still here?”
“What part of ‘NO’ don’t you understand? Buzz off!”
“I guess she’s not interested tonight”
The sun is burning through the clouds.
“When does this game start?”
We’re not the only ones. This is Maddie’s friend. She mows her lawn but leaves the clover higher than the grass.
“Uh oh. Someone’s coming. Hmm, I got time for a few more bites.”
“This place has the best clover in the neighborhood.”
We’re off to a foggy start today.
I have no clue about mushrooms but this is interesting.
I have no clue about mushrooms but these are cute.
“I’ll just sit here until you guys go by.”
“I guess we’re still not talking…”
“Not many good weeds to eat in this park. I need to go back to that unkempt lawn.”
“I’m glad you guys are back. Can you get the lady? We could use some food.”
Although the song is from the early 90s, I can’t pass up a chance to include this song from Lorrie Morgan.