Paco, my handy little point and shoot camera, goes everywhere with me. If the kahuna doesn’t feel like going for a walk, I’ll squeeze Paco into whatever bag I’m carrying at the moment. It’s nice to have a camera when the whim strikes to photograph something [as my camera phone is no good… whatsoever]. But there’s only been a handful of times that I’ve been reached for Paco so fast that my cat-like reflexes catch me off guard. Speaking of cats…
A few months back Denise at GeekGirl415 made an observation about the little stick families people put on the back of their SUVs. And how she would find it funny if someone actually put these on with several cat stick figures as well. I thought this to be hilarious. And then I saw it.
Not long after reading Denise’s post, I happened upon a white SUV with these stickies, only it wasn’t your average family of human-like stick figures. Instead there was adult lady sticky and beside her were four cats and two dogs. I laughed. I’m sorry. And I didn’t even think about picking up the camera. I know that many people think of their pets as their children but I couldn’t help but get a giggle out of it. I saw the SUV a second time on the way to work. Again, I laughed – and Paco didn’t make it to the party.
This morning, I spied with my little eye that white SUV.
And tailed her.
So did Paco.
Yes, I added the disguise. No one needs to know who she is. But she knows who she is.
And knowing is half the battle.