Look who traveled all the way from Glasgow, UK to Dallas, Texas, USA. Resilience Fox.
Being used to forests, he took to the plant in my cube.
But it made him sneeze: “Atishoo! Atishoo!” So I gave him the whole box.
He took a tissue and dabbed his little snout.
Then he finished his tour of my cube.
Deciding he liked the monitor stand best, he made himself comfy there. That this forest dweller would want a Dell nearby didn’t surprise me. But there is another plus to the location that appealed to him — a buddy. Can you spot his buddy? Clue in the last photo. Leave your guess in a comment, dear reader.
I drink to your health. In my glass are Bai Bubbles. You may remember their sparkling wit from August. This month, I present Peru Pineapple and Lambari Watermelon Lime.
Both fit the bill for subtly sweet and fizzy pizza prop. Great on their own, too.
Like the last two Bai bubblies, these sport a playful side.
Fineapple! Really? So cheesy, it’s fine. 😉
lol – went from bad to verse
So far I’ve featured four flavors on this blog: Bogota Blackberry Lime and Bolivia Black Cherry in August; and Peru Pineapple and Lambari Watermelon Lime in October. Does this mean there’ll be another post in this series in December, you ask? No, this isn’t a Bai-monthly series. The other three flavors — Gimbi Pink Grapefruit, Jamaica Blood Orange, and Waikiki Coconut Lime — have fun writing too, but it’s not as creative.
Oh, before I forget, here’s the Bai-line for this post:
Happy Valentine’s, dear reader! Love is definitely in the air at Tom Thumb where 12-packs of Coke, Diet Coke, and Coke Zero soar in a Texas-sized display by the checkouts. I had a fizz-ical reaction to this splendid stack and its effervescent kisses in red, silver, and black.
On sign: *Thanks* for *giving* us your returns! Take a feather and tell us why you’re grateful this year. Put it in the box when you’re finished and look for it later on our turkey during the month of November.
to expressions of gratitude from patrons of all ages,
“I can come home to two things I love dearly. One human + one cat.”
this splash of creativity near the book drop (who’da thunk!) had me appreciating Plano’s fabulous libraries for the gazillionth time.