Foiling the Theory--One Yellow Tulip at a Time

May 3, 2011

Foiling the Theory--One Yellow Tulip at a Time

May 3, 2011
Posted in: Mastheads | Reading Time: 1 minute

I had another masthead for May in mind but Mr. Wild Dingo insisted on more tulips. Because it's obvious you all haven't had enough of them.

Obviously the headline is referring to my national blunder of accidentally insulting the Morges Tulip Festival.  Not only can dogs see the color yellow, but my answer reflected nothing about how we really felt about the garden and living in Morges.

We love living here and visiting the park as much as we possibly can. Independence Park is tranquil yet alive. People meander through it quietly and appreciate the environs. It has an amazing effect on the cracker, who rarely ever barks or shows anxiety when he's in town.

As much as the dogs love walking the farms and running free in the forests, they equally choose the direction of Morges for a stroll in the park. I suspect they love it's energy as much as I do.

It has a surprisingly calming yet invigorating effect on us all. And we're truly grateful to be able to experience its life.

And that should have been my answer to the reporter.

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8 comments on “Foiling the Theory--One Yellow Tulip at a Time”

  1. Dontcha hate it when you come up with the perfect reply AFTER the person has left? 😉

    BTW, I'm still not understanding this grass and flowers thing. We've got snow and mud. Wanna trade? 🙂

    -Dr. Liz (the girls are trying to pull each others' tails off)

  2. Beautiful tulips. And yes, that would have been the perfect answer to the reporter's question. Hey, you've got US as an audience! I mean the whole internet... 😉

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