Squirrel Games

This is Tom.  He’s playing statue.

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These are Tom’s siblings, Dick and Harry. They want to play hide-and-go-seek.

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But Tom’s like, nah, I like playing statue.  And this is Maggie, who’s like, but statue is no fun!

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Dick says, “Ready or not, here I come!”

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Hey, where did everybody go?

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You can’t find us!

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I’m tired of being “it”!

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Dick refuses to chase after his brothers and sister, staying in one position for the whole game.

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This is for scale, to show you how tiny these squirrels are — there are two of them in this photo.

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And so ends the game of hide-and-go-seek, along with my first post in which I used the “Add Media” button. 🙂

15 thoughts on “Squirrel Games

  1. I love “putting words in animals’ mouths” – I’m not sure anthropomorphism is such a bad thing because it certainly builds empathy for our wild neighbors. Some of your readers will never see squirrels as simply nuisances again.

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