Karin Bugge view from the trail
Wait a second--that was you listening in?
Ah, married life.
Fantastic. You should make a book of these.
This sounds familiar.
Well, those dragons look like they'd listen just fine.
I like the clown or is he a priest or a devil.Shhh (sorry), I’m busy tonight.
This is excellent, Karin. Of course, I have to admit, one of my favorite guilty pleasures is the website Overheard in New York.
Oh Terry, no! no! I have too many guilty pleasures already.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW?
there is always someone else willing to listen.xxa
Who said they were married? What is first plant?
The first speaker is a man, the second a woman. And though neither would listen, someone would hear. Married? No idea. But I know the tree -- it's a Silk Floss.
You are so funny, and that is a classic snippet.
It's so intriguing overhearing bits of conversation while out and about. They make for great writing prompts.Lovely tree, too.
Oh man, this is great. I'm sure I've said that first part before, too.
Classic. And that's a very pretty tree.
I ADORE that carving.Oh, I do so hate whinger's - little wonder that poor partner/spouse never listens to anything they say, how demeaning to be berated thus in public!
Well, at least you seemed to have heard him! ;D
What a gorgeous Silk Floss tree!Wishing you a pleasant weekend.
The dragons and satyr were carved into a candelabrum.
Love these photos. The first speaker is the man? I'm guilty of gender stereotyping.
So begins the end.
I've heard that more than once in my life. Nice pics!
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