Scenery Is Always Better Thru Hubby’s Window

When we drive somewhere,
I almost always have my camera on my lap.
I have this investigative reporter thing.
I keep thinking I  might see something exciting,
or beautiful,
or miraculous,
or suspicious.
But, I soon realized,
all the good stuff is
on my hubby’s side of the highway.
Click on any picture to enlarge.
You will see why I think the
Scenery Is Always Better
Thru Hubby’s Window
The trees were greener and oranger
on his side of the highway.
The volcanic mountain was more majestic,
on his side of the highway.
Of course, the hot air balloon was
on his side of the highway.
The prairie of North Dakota was flatter
and the skies were bluer,
on his side of the highway.
The mountains of Montana were more striking,
on his side of the highway.
The forests of Washington were more dense and green,
on his side of the highway.
The deer and the antelope liked to play,
on his side of the highway.
Lake Helena was more deliciously blue,
on his side of the highway.
The train was thinking it could,
on his side of the highway.
The sunset warmed our hearts and minds,
but,
on his side of the highway.

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3 Responses to Scenery Is Always Better Thru Hubby’s Window

  1. ~ Tandis ~ April 10, 2010 at 6:18 pm #

    You're too funny. "The train that thought it could" and "the deer and the antelope play" = too tricky! As I read the blog I was guessing that for sure the last reason would be because you get to look at your wonderful husband as you looked out his window. You did not. I was surprised. 😉 It was still a fun blog!

  2. Debbie April 11, 2010 at 3:44 am #

    The other side of the highway is alway better, huh? Thank you for commenting on my posts. You are always so encouraging. Would it ever be okay to e-mail you to ask you some questions? You seem like a wise mommy.

  3. Jeanne April 16, 2010 at 12:15 pm #

    This is far too funny for words, Mindy. You are a laugh!!

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