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Friday, April 27, 2012

Foxy lady.

Someone has been hacking into my account recently, and I can't figure out who. Darn kids, nowadays. I was just telling Pearl that there's something fishy, or should I say foxy, going on in the neighborhood. Pearl heard Elle tell Abe... I know, confusing... that she, Elle, had seen a fox in the neighborhood. Of course, Abe was like, "Sure there was a fox in the neighborhood." Then, he gave me that wink and nod thing. I was thinking, don't involve me in this. Does he really not know who is boss?

Well, then this morning, Abe was taking me to the faux dog park. You know, that place near our house that isn't a dog park but has all the trappings of a dog park without being a dog park? It's kind of weird cuz faux and fox are kinda similar. Anyway, we're walking to the faux dog park, and doing our thing and Abe's like, "What the?" and I'm like, "Why is that squirrel so big?"

OK, this is not a photo Abe took because the two photos Abe took are so sad. They're laughable. I mean, here's the guy walking along side me, leash in one hand, chuck-it in the other, and a skatbag in a third. He's barely able to get his phone out, which isn't a camera by the way, but it comes with one... technology! And he snaps this...
A sidewalk, or pavement, footpath, footway, and sometimes platform, is a path along the side of a road. A sidewalk may accommodate moderate changes in grade (height) and is normally separated from the vehicular section by a curb.
What the hell is this? It's a freaking sidewalk. That's what it is. I mean, who takes a photo of a fox from like 200 feet away and expects to see anything? Take a class, dude!

We continue on, and the fox picks up a pine cone or something at the end of the block.  It crosses our way.  A motorcycle drives by, and then we reach the corner.  Look at this!
This is a front of a house!
Abe! Seriously! You're a college graduate, and this is the best you can do? I see maybe a blur by the fence, but maybe it's one of those ghost images or something. FAIL!

Well, I got all excited cuz it sure looked like a squirrel, and who doesn't like to play with squirrels, right?
Will someone sign Abe up for a photography class, please?

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