Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Betrayed


It was bound to happen.  I knew it, they knew it.  But, it came too soon.

I have been kicked out of the loop




 Who knows how long this has been going on??




This sneaked up on me.  But, then Stanley has been acting peculiarly.




This feels like betrayal.



It is time to up my game.

21 comments:

  1. This seems cryptic to me, but fitting for the new Jurassic Park craze.

    Arlee Bird
    A to Z Challenge Co-host
    Road trippin' with A to Z
    Tossing It Out

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    1. Lately, my gr-son has been obsessed with dinosaurs, and not with me. So I use the dinos to get his attention, and keep it.

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    2. Okay, that's what I started thinking after I posted my comment. I used to dance figures and toys across the field of the camera to keep my granddaughters engrossed too. Now my camera isn't connected to my new computer and I haven't been video chatting. Oh well, soon I'll be there in person.

      Arlee Bird
      A to Z Challenge Co-host
      Road trippin' with A to Z
      Tossing It Out

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  2. lol dinos hogging all the screen time

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    1. There is an irony there. He and I have been communicating for some time now, through our dinos.

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  3. A few squawking swoopers might spur T-Rex into action, lol. Worth a try I think.

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    1. I would need a better swooper. Mine is too darn friendly.

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    1. How funny, because I am planning to buy a T-Rex mask of some sort!

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  5. Grand-mamas need to be sneaky. They need to be a LOT of things - and I am sure you are up to the challenge(s).

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    1. He talked with me this morning ON THE PHONE! Didn't understand much but the word GRAMMY. I'll take that.

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  6. Dinosaurs and small children conspiring against us all... on the next Oprah

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    1. After seeing Jurassic World, I will look at my friendly dinos differently.

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  7. Well, at least he's talking to you. Sort of.

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  8. Dinos first obviously. No grandkids so no problems.

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    1. When he is older and discovers that we have plastic and dollars, he will be friendlier.

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  9. That mask would probably do the trick!

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  10. I have no suggestions, my grandkids have always been in the same city as me.

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Go ahead...it won' t hurt...I'd love to hear what you think!