Kaablowie!

A response in avoidance of the Daily Post’s Writing Prompt https://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_prompt/childhood-revisited-2/

So, yesterday evening, as I was relaxing from a busy day (yes, meaning watching TV ok??), the phone rings and it’s Kevin calling from work.  Apparently, they were all working away when suddenly they heard what sounded like a gunshot (alternatively described by Kevin as kaapow!, kaablowie, or kaablam – and he did describe it to me many times last night).  He went into the spare office (soon to be a second exam room) and found that his bike tire had exploded.  Just sitting there, minding its own business, and kaablam!

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At least he wasn’t on the bike riding at his usual break-neck speed when it went kaablowie!  (I much prefer kaablowie to kaablam, although it’s true that I wasn’t there to hear it…)

To calm your nerves now, here are some pictures to complement yesterday’s series of the back yard from the deck:  the back yard from the back yard.  Tomorrow, I’ll show you some of the blooms going wild down there!

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Posted on May 29, 2015, in Daily Post and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 8 Comments.

  1. There’s a certain Adam West’ Batman to KaaPow!! garden’s looking lovely.

  2. Lovely Buddha statue! Enjoy your day.

  3. wilbur garrod

    oh i would ride that bike.

  4. Your blog post titles get me every time. Gotta click on ’em.

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