Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Wordless Wednesday #4: Friendly Giant?


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10 comments:

Claudine G. said...

There are two kinds of people in the world: one who drives this monster wagon, and the other who sits on the bench watching the wagon. (I'm probably the latter.)

Susan Bearman said...

Thanks for that, Claudine. I keep thinking that when my four kids were little and all wanted to ride in the wagon at the same time, this is what it felt like to pull it.

Margot said...

There are two kind of people in the world: some see the inaccuracies in the big wagon while others head for the slide.

Deborah Batterman said...

There are two kinds of people -- those who fly with abandon and those who are forever putting on the brakes. btw, the only reason I deleted the earlier version was the typo I caught after posting. Perhaps this means I'm flying today, or at least my fingers are. ;-)

Susan Bearman said...

Margot, what am I missing? Our real radio flyer is so chipped and faded I probably wouldn't be able to see an inaccuracies. FYI, my boys clunked around in the big bed of this wagon before flying down the slide.

Susan Bearman said...

Deborah, I hope your fingers are still flying with abandon. I loved this giant wagon.

Kim Moldofsky said...

I've been there!

Linda Gartz said...

There are two kinds of people in the world: those who use the wagon to pull their kids and those who use it to haul stuff--like groceries. Like my mom did!

Margot said...

Susan, I just meant that it was more than a big wagon. At first glance, that was all I saw - big wagon. But something was off. The handle didn't look quite right. Then I noticed the slide. I liked it better once I slowed down to notice the slide. :)

Susan Bearman said...

Linda — We continue to use our wagon even though our kids are grown. It's great for the farmers' market.

Margot—The slide definitely makes the giant wagon something special.