Friday, September 21, 2007

HIDE YOUR DAUGHTERS!

We're turned a corner. The night air has become crisp, cotton sheets on the bed will soon be changed to flannel and there will be no comfort in sleeping butt naked.

As a sign that the times, they are a changing, the leaves on the ornamental pear tree outside of out kitchen window have started to turn colors. And what a nice barometer of change in seasons it is.
It takes all winter for the ornamental pear tree to lose it's leaves. No sooner does the tree become barren it leafs out as yet another sign that spring has sprung.
Summer flowers in the yard still prevail for a while longer. The first frost of the winter will put them to sleep for the winter.
Mothers with daughters - attention! Your precious little girl comes home and says, "Mom, I'd like you to meet E.D. We're going out on a date tonight."

If you watched Big Brother this season you know that E.D. stands for Evil Dick. What kind of name is that?!

If this guy came to your door to date your daughter, what would you do?

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5 comments:

Flyinfox_SATX said...

Bob, nice florals.

My daughter would probably own this guy's Dick! He would probably be out robbin banks just for the promise of my daughter saying "Maybe"...Yeah, I am training her for guys like this.

Flyinfox_SATX

Bob said...

Fox: It's never too late. Check your kid in at the nearest milirary school.

Sexy Duet said...

Things are just starting to warm up here and I cant wait for the long days of summer to begin. It is so nice to come home from work and still have a few hours of daylight to hit the beach or go for a walk.

Ms SD

twilite said...

Hi Bob! I like the changes of colors...fall IS here!

Bob said...

Hi Lea: Glad you like the changes here.

Ms SD: Yes, you're just coming into spring and summer - luck you! Maybe I should live Down Under October through March and in California April through September. That would be the best of all climates.

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