Tuesday, August 17, 2010

PotHead

I was wandering around a local garden when I met ...



He's a great guy. Quiet - a wonderful listener.
I'm not sure of his politics but I suspect he's a member of the Green Party.
Our time together was very pleasant. He's so easy going, as if we had an organic connection.

I could kick myself for not getting his number but hopefully he'll be at the garden next time I visit.

This could be the one.

35 comments:

Arkansas Patti said...

How cute and definitely a keeper. I'd also say Green Party. Don't let him get away.

Ramblings of a Villas Girl said...

See if he has a brother for me ;)

pink dogwood said...

super cute :)

Hilary said...

What a good time for a quick visit.. you so made me laugh. Too cute.

Jackie said...

I wish I could introduce you to Mr Lofty, who is my friend's scarecrow. Head made from a dead kettle. He looks like he used to play in Kraftwerk, I bet he'd have a few tales to tell.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

what a witty woman you are...the two of you will make a wonderful couple.

Rob Inukshuk said...

Could be you've sown the seeds for a blooming good thing!

Mrs. C said...

Um... I got this post in my dashboard without the picture and was popping over to offer congrats... lol...

Anonymous said...

Definitely a keeper! All the good points and none of the bad....

(Now, me, if I'd seen him, I would have felt like he'd make a cute post an I'd have snapped a picture -- but your wit puts this on a whole other level of blogging from my puny efforts! So funny!

Linda Reeder said...

Be careful. I believe he has feet of clay.

Ron said...

"I could kick myself for not getting his number but hopefully he'll be at the garden next time I visit. This could be the one."

Bwhahahahahahaahahahahaha!

Oh....I LOVE YOU!!!!!

Faaaabulous title!

X ya, dear lady!

Linda said...

Love his punk green hair which must mean he's a free spirit! I wonder if he has any roots to tie him down, though?

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

He is AMAZING! So very clever and creative....Downright inventive!
Maybe he IS the one.....(lol)

Cherie said...

LOLOLOL!!! That's fantastic! Give him a kiss for me, will you? :D

HermanTurnip said...

It's like a Chia Pet on steroids. Fantastic!

slommler said...

Gotta love his athletic build!!! Great post!
Congrats on your POTW award
Hugs
SueAnn

Scott Oglesby said...

Holy crap I know that guy. He was there the last time I saw him, although he appears to have sunk lower in the ground.

Dude still owes me $25 for an eighth.

Akelamalu said...

What fun!

Jillsy said...

He obviously loves to play in the dirt! :-)

Congrats on POTW!

Micky-T said...

I'm not so sure Diane, it looks like he has problems with his knees and he certainly doesn't keep his shorts clean.

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

What a cute idea!!
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DJan said...

He's definitely a keeper! And I usually don't hang out with potheads, but in his case I'd make an exception. You are so talented, and this sure was fun! Good luck finding him again.

Daryl said...

Snort .... the perfect man .. silent

Trisha said...

Just be careful - he may be "fragile!"

Reb said...

Oh, he is ideal!

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

He looks a little empty headed to me

nitebyrd said...

Any man that doesn't talk sounds perfect!

Grayquill said...

You can never trust the potted silent type. If you aren't careful they will dump all over you. But ont he bright side, their up keep is minimal, water once a day with their favorite drink and now ant then get a little naughty by pulling on their weeds. That's about it and ya'll should be fine.

Liberality said...

And remember: whatever you plant inside him is liable to grow so plant carefully. ;0

Matt-Man said...

Ha. I lke that. Cheers Di!!

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Hi My Dear...That painting you admired behind Kim's head is by a wonderful artist named Arnold Mesches...It is a portrait of his mother. I went to a show of his at a special place here in Los Angeles--Barnsdall Park, and Hollyhock House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and I saw this painting and told him I had to have it. It wasn't for sale, but he said he would sell it to me. That was about 25 years ago or so, and I still love it just the way I did when I first saw it....I think it is a great little painting! Glad you like it, too, my dear.

EG Wow said...

Hahaha! Careful, Dianne. I think he's a "pot head." ;)

JC said...

Maybe he is resting from his last grand adventure ...

fermicat said...

That is awesome. I love creative garden art.

Pagan Sphinx said...

Ha! That's a good one!