The first of May found me feeling frisky and free-spirited:
And ready for an adventure out on the road with Dad...
...only to find I had been tricked into some formal event!
We watched the Kentucky Derby at Baba & Jim's the first weekend in May - a lovely one.
I dutifully tended to all my racing forms -- and that hard work paid off when I hit the jackpot!
The next morning I explored the lonely playground of a
nearby church whose membership is no longer extant:
When we left to go home, I made sure to kiss Scuppers goodbye:
Back home I dreamily contemplated life behind bars:
I bleated endlessly, unceasingly for Dad to take me back to the rocket visitor center - and it worked!
Lost in space:
No parking any time - this means you, pal:
Simply gaze into the light and obey all my commands:
I shared a laugh with Mom & Dad under sunny blue skies:
Still looking in vain for those perfect frames - the
endless heartbreak is sometimes too much to bear:
The mirror is the window to one's soul:
I have befriended a creature that is essentially a donkey-headed human:
Had fun clowning around while out doing errands:
Ultimately, will I pursue a career in firefighting - or even fire safety?
I like the simple geometry in this 1960s-era public playground:
Tractor-based playground equipment - a dream come true:
A late-May nighttime portrait:
I just remember being really mad for some reason - as my hair will attest:
When all else fails: