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Friday, March 16, 2007

Drive On, Swamette!!

Anyone who has read many of The Swami's posts, knows that Swamette drives Swami crazy. In the best sense of the words.

Swamette, it has been noted by some, associates a lot with a known bird-brain. It is definitely true that Swamette has always loved and fed the birds. And, over the past year or two, she has become even more interested in our fine feathered friends. It brings back memories of the first time Swami encountered a Pterodactyl, with her delicate brow feathers, outside his cave. Well, that's another story.

Swami has long thought that The Lovely Swamette deserved unique transportation befitting her exalted station. Swami's first idea was for something stylish, yet understated. Something along the lines of a more feminine version of the Oscar Meyer Weinermobile. She did not go for that idea. Probably because it would not fit in the garage.

Swami then suggested a tasteful Swamette pennant that could fly from a flag holder on the front bumper of her car. Swamette, ever-particular, said no.

Well, folks, there was only one solution:


At 10:05 PM, Blogger NatureWoman said...

It's beautiful Swami, but what does Yak the Zak think about having it screwed to his, um, hiney?

At 11:00 PM, Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

I can't BELIEVE you actually did it. I was kidding when I said "I dare you!" !!!!!!

No one is going to know what the heck that means. I love it.

At 11:18 PM, Blogger The Swami said...

Zak is very proud. Oh, and we did use a local anesthetic when we attached it.

At 8:05 AM, Blogger Mary said...

I love that! Only we know what SWMTTE means. This is very cool!

Does the SWAMI have one, too, with a yak instead of a cardinal?

At 9:48 PM, Blogger Susan Gets Native said...

I think you have taken a long enough break from blogging, don't you?
I want to hear about the trip back to the Motherland.


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