Wednesday, July 17, 2013

You cannot jump over two ditches at the same time.





An enterprising local has set out a display of 'antiques' under one of the arcades by the market. '' All genuine items ,  unbeatable prices " he says as we wander by. '' And I'm the King of Tonga " thinks Angus eyeing a fibreglass bust of Marie Antoinette. Angus keeps this thought to himself.

Time to read the paper while Bob and Sophie share their half croissant with the waitress . The cast of Dallas have visited a childrens hospital in Toulouse. The actors look the same as they ever did. However, you have to wonder if the children have any idea who these people are. 

Away for a while talking to men in dark suits. Bob and Sophie left to guard ' the font ' . Bob looks ever so slightly shocked to discover that his flock might wander.  The responsibility that comes with being six months old.

13 comments:

  1. Yes Bob is looking slightly shocked. But all the same, it is nice to see his eyes.

    AH HA! One step closer to discovering your true identity. I have crossed "King Of Tonga" off my list.

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  2. We were thinking that it was the first time we've seen either pup's eye.

    Fibreglass Marie Antoinette...original?

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  3. So often your readers have wondered about the precise nature of your work Angus. And now we know. King of Tonga of course, why didn't we guess earlier!

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  4. Th enterprising local was likely correct in his statement 'All genuine items'...he just omitted to add 'Genuine fibreglass!' :)

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  5. LOL Anns' comment. Have a wonderful Wednesday and stay cool.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. I agree about the children and the cast of 'Dallas.' I do wonder if they would know the answer to that legendary question, 'Who shot JR?'


    Safe travels to you Angus!

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  7. So nice to see Bob's eyes, even though he looks shocked at the news of you leaving for a while.
    Both he and Sophie will do a great job looking after the Font while you're away.
    Off you go to the men in dark suits....safe travels.

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  8. Get back soon!!! They long for you! Kiri and Daisy wait patiently and then Kiri yelps in an incredible tone of voice... Love from Ischia - bacetti sul nasino per i piccoli - Susanne, Daisy and Kirilirili

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  9. It's a pretty display, even if they are faux antiques!

    Well, nobody will be able to shoot JR again, so my guess is that they'll all fade into obscurity soon.

    Take good care of them, Bob!

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  10. Look at Bob's eye!!! LOL, about the genuine antiques.
    I am sure Bob and Sophie will miss their Angus very much and that 'the font' will keep them busy and pampered during the absence.

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  11. Oh dear - I hope this business trip won't interfere with your blogging. Can The Font step in? Or...better still...why don't you just blog your trip? I understand that men in dark suits are particularly amenable to being photographed and love to appear on blogs, so that won't be a problem, right?

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  12. Safe journey. Just remember, its worth coming home to the overwhelming reception that dogs give you as soon as you walk in the door. Nothing beats that!

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  13. I took you more for the "Raj of Meghalaya" type myself :)

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