Today is Homie and Rubber Duck’s First Anniversary

I cannot believe it has only been one year since the Rubber Duck met Homie on a blustery day just like today, April 18, 2011. When I posted that first part of the Rubber Duck saga I was only joking about it being a twenty part series. Little did I know that maybe a hundred posts later the story is still not finished.

To commemorate their anniversary I repost the first few chapters. Later this week will be an update of how Homie and Rubber Duck spent their day today.

Part I posted April 18th, 2011:


Homie: “You’re not from around here are you? May I show you the cove?”

(This will be a twenty part series.)

Part II posted April 19th, 2011:

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?”

But Homie came back of course and took Rubber Duck all over. The Rockport Dump, Thacher Island lighthouse, Maine, Florida, meeting Santa when he arrived in Rockport, wine tasting at Passports, Duck Confit at Duckworth’s. Then, just a few months later, things got a little weird:

Last sighting of RD was at the Spring Fling two weeks ago with rumors that she was at the Thirsty Golf contest at the DogBar last week when Joey caught her again staring at him.  Flexilis anatidaephobia is the fear that a rubber duck is staring at you and Joey has got it bad.

Joey C at work:

 

 

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