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Thursday, April 6, 2017

THE STORY OF FISHDUCKY




Shortly after the dinosaurs became extinct Many years ago, a very nice lady had a baby boy.  She named him Bernard, but he became known as Bud.  (Hereinafter referred to as Big Bad Bud or BBB.)

Across town, another lady (Rosie) had a perfectly good son, but she prayed for a daughter.  She wanted a sweet, precious little girl who would never give her a moment’s trouble.  After a few years her fairy godmother appeared before her & said, “We’ve only got one female child available.  She’s not perfect but she’s attractive in her own way.  What do you think?  Do you want her?”  Rosie said, “Yes, please,” & she got fishducky.  Rosie’s husband looked at his new daughter & sweetly asked his wife, “What in the hell is that?” but he grew to love her.  Rosie was thrilled & preened her baby’s beautiful yellow feathers every day.  Fishducky was a good baby but a very picky eater.


She learned to speak at a very early age, but people had difficulty understanding her.


She had many friends, but often she preferred to be alone.





Be patient, people; I’m not sure where I’m going with this.

When fishducky was in her teens, she met BBB.  They started dating & soon fell in love.   BBB taught her to drive.




Many mothers feel that no girl is good enough for their son, but Audrey loved fishducky.  They spent many nights at his folk’s house watching TV.  Audrey would say, “You shouldn’t just sit around the house.  Why don’t you go to a movie--go bowling--get married?”  So they did.

She had some trouble holding a job,



She did do some modeling.


And designed a line of swimsuits for a while.


But BBB made a very nice living, so she could stay at home with the kids.



Aside from the occasional broken toes, fishducky has been pretty healthy.


And throughout her life she has maintained a positive attitude.


They had three lovely children who all took after BBB.  They had no feathers, but otherwise they were quite presentable.  Fishducky & BBB grew old together.



And they all lived happily ever after.



16 comments:

  1. I am very, very glad to hear that you are living happily ever after. Are you sure you don't have any crazy to share? Just a teeny-weeny bit?

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    1. I could email you about half a cup of crazy, but that's ALL!!

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  2. What a lovely story.
    Also - go to a movie--go bowling--get married - that escalated quickly!

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  3. You quack me up!

    I'm sorry, that is lame...it's the Tourette's I tell ya.

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  4. Ha! Love the duck cheating on his wife with a decoy.

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    1. Surely you don't think that's the right thing to do!!

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  5. No matter how we start as long as we live happily ever after, was that sitting duck one aimed at me ha ha

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    1. I now follow your post. I often feel like a sitting duck!!

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  6. I am shocked that your swimsuit line didn't take off! Somebody might have had more success if they tried it with geese. They're honkers, you know.

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    1. I should have had you as a creative consultant!!

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  7. How did I miss this post yesterday?? It wasn't here, I swear.
    "rubber ducky you're the one, you make bathtime so much fun"
    Ernie Muppet.

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    1. I have NEVER taken a bath with Ernie!!

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  8. fishducky and Bud growing old together, love it!

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    1. But we're not nearly as buoyant as we once were!!

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