Homie in Love Part II to XI

Previously on Homie in Love Part I

But first, the back story. Two lonely birds.

Solitude of the lonely Homie.

Cold, lonely, rubbery, but Patriotic!

A little stand offish at first.

But soon the connection was made and time stopped.

They’re eyes locked and Homie was in love.

“So how many children should we have?” Homie wasn’t wasting any time.

“I have a lovely nest on Milk Island.”

“You’re not listening to a word I’m saying!”

“We could make it work!”

“I am so out of here!”

“Do you think it’s safe to come out?”

In our next installment R. Duck takes up surfing and considers sailing lessons to help her forget Homie.

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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16 Responses to Homie in Love Part II to XI

  1. starsquiggle says:

    Love it!!

  2. E.J. says:

    How sad. They made such a lovely couple. R. Duckie needs to be a little less plastic and more responsisve to her suitors if she doesn’t want to spend the rest of her life in a lobster trap. You need to coach her better Paul.

  3. Donna says:

    Paul: Great Pictures.. now … I think maybe you may have too much time on your hand.. Thanks

  4. Linda Colman says:

    This is hysterical!!!

  5. Hi Paul,
    Did yout seek help after the lab accident? I heard those chemicals you work with could affect brain function.

  6. Vicki says:

    Great! A classic love story!

  7. Capeannpatio says:

    Unrequited love on the Island; don’t worry there are plenty more birds where he came from!

  8. Cynthia Hill says:

    Witty and wonderful, thanks Paul….

  9. lobsterlady says:

    OMG I love these pictures. Especially of the trap. I hope she isn’t too sad. Things will work out for her. They usually do…LOL…This is the neatest idea Paul.

  10. Pingback: Looking for Homie in all the wrong places … | GoodMorningGloucester

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