Friday, March 14, 2008

A Hard Day's Work

Why is it, I frequently ask myself, that I complain about the attitudes of my children, the cantankerous moods of my mother, and the vast distance between myself and my man but I fail to see the treacherous nature of working on the outskirts of town here in Tallahassee, Florida. Treacherous??? You ask. Why yes, treacherous. Aside from the tornadoes, hurricanes, and wildfires we deal with on a regular basis, we have the local wildlife to deal with, as well. You all know I am slowly but surely killing myself through the imbibing of cigarettes. (I’m cutting back with the hopes of quitting but we’ll save that for another bitch session.) However, should I take the following examples as God’s way of saying “QUIT NOW OR ELSE!”?

Example One:

This is the door I enter and leave my office building.
This is the alligator that was blocking the door I enter and leave the office building.



















I hear you God.


Example Two:

This is the door I enter and leave my office building. These are the geese across the street from the door I enter and leave the office building.

















This is a different angle of the door I enter and leave my office building.
Those are geese across the street from the door I enter and leave my office building.
Those geese WERE here:




I hear you God.

After briefly contemplating the two examples, I’ve come to the conclusion the alligator wasn’t so bad.
Those geese are SCARY!!!!

2 comments:

Mrs. R said...

Geese are mean little buggers, aren't they?

I cannot believe you have alligators roaming around at will. Florida just got scratched off my list of places I want to visit someday.

Mrs. Schmitty said...

Geese are nasty. Maybe they will take care of the gator for you!