but that’s me all over.
Image courtesy of @asimone, who tweeted last week that “this feels very Sheila to me.”
“The bees make it,” noted Andrew. He knew I’d dig the bees.
Also, the upright rabbit kind of reminds me of Andrew.
posted by Sheila Ryan in animals, friends, insects, memory | * | 12 comments
Those animals are some real assholes.
I can’t say much for the frogs, and that’s a fact. Bees, I dunno. They’re just being bees, I’m thinking.
Also, listen: I’m not saying Andrew would cower in the face of a frog-mounted assault. It’s more like I’m seeing the one rabbit out of context. Putting him in a context that’s like, “Hey, Andrew’s acting out a story.”
And thinking of Andrew having, like maybe, upset the bees.
Andrew talking with his hands. I can see him. Thank you.
That’s it, Daryl. Andrew talking and miming the way he does. Conveying a tale about inter-species warfare.
That rabbit is saying “don’t hear what I’m not saying.”
Erica wins! Ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding-ding! “Don’t hear what I’m not saying.”
With hand gestures and all. I think that rabbit would look smashing with an argyle sweater.
Frogs picked a fight with the rabbit on account of the rabbit’s argyle sweater. Sweater’s somewhere in the frog pond.
Frogs are assholes.