World’s Worst Hide & Seeker

Actually, his seeking isn’t too bad, but we obviously do need to work on the hidage aspect of his game.

I iz invizibul. U cannot see me behind my stick.

This was taken in February 2008 at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens and is a great example of what a quota photo looks like when one is trawling through one’s wife’s hard drive looking for quota photos because one’s hard drive is broken. Yes, despite several kicks to the side of the big boxy bit, I still have not had any joy in reinstating power to my machine. I’m not an expert, but even if I was, I really haven’t had time to sort anything out, as I have been rushing around today preparing for the imminent arrival of the 2009 Kids in Tow Tour and watching a brave and spirited Bafana Bafana performance during which not a single one of their players tried to gouge out the eyes of an opponent.
Although, with hindsight, it may have helped, because they lost.

This evening will be spent watching the Confederations Cup Final between Brazil and USA and singing a sickeningly annoying song from Balamory, which I heard several days ago and which refuses to leave the busy space between my ears. Still – I could be singing the theme from The Littlest Hobo, like you are now.

7 thoughts on “World’s Worst Hide & Seeker

  1. There’s a voice,
    that keeps on calling me.
    Down the road, is where I’ll always be.

    Every stop I make, I’ll make a new friend.
    Can’t stay for long, just turn around and I’m gone again.

    Maybe tomorrow, I’ll wanna settle down,
    Until tomorrow, I’ll just keep moving on.

    Down the road, that never seems to end,
    where new adventure, lies just around the bend.

    So if you wanna join me for a while,
    just grab your hat, come travel light,
    that’s hobo style.


  2. 6000> Nope just one of the problems living behind a draconian firewall & having kak mtn 3g coverage behind the boerewors curtain. 🙁

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