an edgy mix of Paint Pixels Collage and Cartoons
by Lynne Ciacco
hahaha The tracky dackies are perfect!!Have a great sunday.. ciao xxx Julie
Despite the Italian name the whispered word were in pigeon English.
What fun! Like dog owners and their hounds, the man has come to look like the pigeon...
julie,This is the first time I've heard/seen the expression "tracky dackies". I'm tempted to add "tacky" to the mix.
DCW,It's all Greek to me.
Deborah,Yes! Well observed; that was my intention, exactly.
That pretty and nice illustration that accompanies a great maxim, I agree.
He sets the pidgeon free - but it has to come back home ... hmmmm ... sounds like a parent! :)
Is Flaubert a squab? If so,will he come home to roast?
Leovi,I sense that you are speaking in the voice of experience.
Bonnie,Apparently, the maxim "You can't go home again" has been updated to "You can always go home again"...unless your parents are in a retirment home.
Shirl,LOL! Hahaha! Very funny. :-)I can't squabble with that comment.
A funny life lesson. So true ;)
Ötli,True, perhaps, but not always easy.