I woke up one morning and had no idea where I was. I learned a new word to describe how I felt ~ I was befuddled!I could tell as soon as I saw the traffic cop in the photo below that I was not in Portales any more! I was just a little bit scared so I asked him where I was but he did not answer me. It turns out that he does not say much even though he is always on duty. At night his head glows green! Then I saw this man on the street and asked him where I was. He said "You are here." That did not help me very much because I still did not know where "here" was. I did start to realize that no one I saw "here" looked like anyone I had ever seen before except for my Daddy (who is just a little bit bald). Was I even still on Earth? Then he said "Follow me" and took off. I was just a little bit startled to see the footprints he left on the ground. They were green and they did not disappear. I think they glow in the dark just like the traffic cop does. Anyway, he led me to this man on a roof who pointed me in the right direction. He showed me the way to the shuttle stop where I had a very interesting conversation with some of the locals. When the shuttle arrived I could not believe my eyes! I took advantage of the free eye exam and learned that I really did see a flying saucer. The shuttle took me to a place where I could do all kinds of great stuff. I listened to this band for a while ... they played "Stardust" and "Moon Over Regulus 5". Then I saw a pink person who reminded me of my Daddy after a day in the sun. I found this great biker bar but I am only 3 so I was not allowed inside. The legal age there is 112 I think. I was allowed to go into the Koffee Shoppe. The cappuccino was laced with nip so I do not understand why I was not allowed in the biker bar. I stopped at a very popular multi-lingual bowling alley but I was not able to play because I do not have opposable thumbs. I stopped to get a cold taste of home. I decided against using the dating service because there was no quadruped category. The ground transportation did not look very comfortable unless you like to dangle from the hand straps. The driver was quite Gung Ho (this is another word I had to learn) but he did not run over me. I was just a little bit surprised again when I saw this museum of artifacts from ~ New Mexico! A street evangelist urged me to go home but ... ... this street hawker talked me into buying a souvenir. Have you figured out where I was yet? There is a clue in this picture (hint: check out the phone number): Did you guess yet? If you guessed Roswell (ooooo-eeeeeee-ooooo) you are right! Mom and my Daddy moved us all to Roswell, New Mexico. So even though I had an adventure I was not lost after all! I was a little bit scared at first but now I am very happy. There is no place like home, whatever your species.
Sunday, March 15, 2009
Tiger Lily's Excellent Adventure
Wow! What a time I have had! Mom and my Daddy
get lost go adventuring all the time. As you may already know my first blog got lost went on its own adventure several weeks ago and we do not know if it will ever come back. Now I have had my very own adventure that I just have to tell you about. And the best thing is that this would have been my 200th post on my first blog so I am going to try to make this first post on my new blog very special.