First this, which made me sad. And no, they're not playing Pokemon Go! This is a tennis group - I see these kids daily on my walk. Look at how all their backs are too each other. :( Sad that kids can be so disconnected from the living breathing humans two feet from them because their online life seems more interesting. Mind you - I'm not anti-social media - you know that - but this is extreme and sad. I also worry about their necks. I remember our sports and band groups - trips we went on and outings and how well we got to know each other. My lifelong BFFs were gained in these little groups.
Then - around the next corner - this - and pardon the awful phone photos. A young, very Austin-y man, reading - that's right - A PAPER BOOK under a tree in the park. Mind you, it was about 100 degrees by this point in my walk.
Which brings me to my gratitude that all of you are willing to listen to these things that pop into my head from time to time. :) What better way to express that than with a couple of Crazy Birds?
Look how they totally empathize with each other and look each other in the eye. There should be more crazy little birds like this in the world.
I love that the Mini set has not just smaller birds, but that they are facing the opposite direction. Perfect for little bird conversations about how disconnected everyone is.
This is actually my sample for MY Dare to Get Dirty challenge on the 30th, but I liked some of the other challenges so much I blogged them first. I hope you're playing along. WITH your sense of humor intact.
If you're up for some awesomeness, check out the Pinterest board of host samples for this challenge each day - it's amazing.