Sunday, June 22, 2008

wet bus stop colour


wet bus stop colour, originally uploaded by gawdessness.

We were at a stop light and I was struggling to get my camera out of my handbag -

Oldest Son: "Mom! What are you doing? You are driving a car you know! Don't try and take a picture here!"

Me: "Oh hush, traffic isn't moving, I can take one quick picture!"

Oldest Son (rolling eyes): "Fine, you are going to kill both of us, I hope you know!"

Me: "I will not! Besides, didn't you say something earlier about hoping we would be killed in a car crash?"

Oldest Son: That was before you took me clothes shopping! I hate clothes shopping! Now that we are done, I don't want to die anymore!"

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9 comments:

ipm said...

oh my goodness, that conversation was too funny!!!

love the pics too... :)))

from away said...

hah. I hear him on the clothes shopping. I tried to find new clothes this weekend, too. Ugh.

jo(e) said...

What a great bit of dialogue. Your son sounds just like my oldest son.

angelfeet said...

I love the colours in this.

Yankee, Transferred said...

What a great conversation

Karin said...

Too funny! I love how the rain brings the colors out.

Ampersand said...

love the converstation and the image really has a nice feel to it - like fresheness, or something. Maybe it is the look of spring? And I love the curvy tree trunk in the background.

marianne said...

lol! kids - they say the darndest things. ;)

I like all the reflective play on this - the windows, the wet benches, wet sidewalk - nice, nice.

Moi said...

haha!
it's been raining here all day long. I am at work, waiting to be picked up..hope my meagre deck plants survive all that wetness.....

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