Saturday, September 10, 2011

Many Days In The Life Of Yello Bear (4)


I is...ummm...G is loaded with money today and he decided to lend me a couple of Jacksons so that I could buy some gourmet honey imported from Ulee's of Florida. Damn good stuff that honey is.


"G here. Thought I would give everyone a brief respite from listening to the yellow mighty mouth and show you a little bit of the homestyle graffiti that has been gracing this particular bridge ever since I was a child of my daughter's age. This particular bridge is the one that brings you into Newington from points north and west and takes you out from points south and east. The road I'm standing on is one that should be familiar with everyone who has read this blog, as it has been featured at least once a month during this entire blog's existence. Anyways, this is one of only two spots that is heavily adorned with graffiti, with the other being directly behind me."


That's enough of G warbling his tiny little thoughts on my blog...umm...his blog. Back to me. I'm catching up on my suntan in this picture. Hoo boy was it hot that day!


And here I is going for a ride on a bicycle, courtesy of G's daughter Jenelle and her best friend E. Man I had a good time riding around on that bicycle.


And here I is getting ready to go down the slide at Jenelle's former school's playground. Jenelle is in 5th grade this year and has moved onto the middle school for her classes. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!


And here I is riding on the playground zip line. Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

7 comments:

  1. I think I saw "hunney" in that graffiti ;)

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  2. Ha ha, the slide shot cracked me up. I'm amazed you haven't been arrested yet for putting a stuffed animal in strange places. Ok, that sounds rude.

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  3. R: It's quite possible. :D

    Joe: Well sir, I have gotten weird looks from carry Yello Bear around in my pocket and on top of my head as well. :D

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  4. That bear's got the dream life.

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  5. Ondine: Thanks for stopping by.

    Absolutely. Wish I had that dream life, even if only for a little while.

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  6. haha wow that bear sure gets around, must be those energizer batteries.

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  7. Pat: Thanks for stopping by to comment.

    Yeah, he gets around, and around, and around, and around, and around.

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