Well, he has plenty of company with the snowmen!
Poor fellow! I like the color of that vehicle. It's interesting that you brought up the idea about how a hurricane would affect the sails on that bridge I showed on my blog today. I have wondered the same thing. Maybe they are removable?
And waited some more. And just when he thought, "is that her" coming out of the shop, he sighed, sat back, dismayed by the fact that he'd mistaken someone else for his wife, and thus would be stuck here for another three hours.
Lovely photo and as always the funny caption!
Oh, but just wait until he sees what she got him!
Hilarious, Lowell! And I love your photo. :)
I cannot believe what I'm seeing - such a cute little car. If that were my husband, he would be reading a newspaper:).
And still happily married.. ;))
Poor guy! That looks a bit like a Chico's bag in the car. If there is a Chico's store around, he'd have to wait for me too. I shop at Chico's a lot and I always see men sitting in the chairs in the store and when those are full sitting on the benches outside.
That vehicle must be a golf cart rather than a car. Love your caption. It has plenty of humor.
What a big boy's toy! PS: I understand your feelings about murals. You can only take so much of them.
He reminds me of a poor dog waiting for its human to come out of a store! ;-)
Patience is a virtue that not everyone has...
haha, poor guy! both my husband and i know better than to shop together ;)
I agree with Tanya, serious shopping should be executed minus husbands 😀 preferably alone or with girlfriends!
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