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I passed this sign while searching for apartments. The happiness it’s referring to has to do with food (although I forget what kind). It was this sign that told me it was time for a visit to the ducks at a local wetlands park. (Because I’m waiting for the ducks to tell me the secret to eternal happiness.)

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Why?

But the snobbish ducks didn’t want anything to do with me, so I made a left turn, where I found that someone had kindly left a butterfly sticker (on the back of a sign) for me to enjoy.

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And I found some dancing Cottonwoods. (Shake it, dudes!)

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And lovers parking. (If the car’s a rockin’…)

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I made another turn, and found what looks like…

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The Death Of The American Dream

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Another turn took me down a bridge…

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And onto a path, where I passed a few people, but for the most part, it was empty…

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Until an old man pedaled by… (Show off.)

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Making me wonder why someone hasn’t invented a more comfortable bike seat.

It was a longer walk than I had intended (stupid ducks), but it felt good to stretch my legs. Still, I’ve been paying for it ever since (ducks suck).

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Just kidding. 🙂  Of course ducks don’t suck.

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Some of my best friends are ducks.

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Selfie of the day:

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