It’s Aamora, Definitely Not Amore
by Susan Littlefield
This is the kind of day I was having. We were hiking. I thought I was doing a great job of keeping up. He said I needed to get the lead out. I said ‘What’s your point’? I don’t think he had the foggiest idea. He thought I should use a walking apparatus. I told him to stick it. He gave me a line about wanting another date. I said I would pencil him in for next week; I plan on 86ing that idea and letting him ponder about what happened. What a day!
Susan Littlefield lives in Hailey, Idaho, a town of about 6000. She returns to aamora as a guest artist. Susan tells us: “Photography is a recent hobby for me. I’ve discovered that combining a photograph of the little half-inch figures from my husband’s model railroad with a humorous caption usually brings a smile from one, if not all.
I am a mom/grandma/greatgrandma which entitles me to see the funny side of life. If I haven’t seen it, heard it, felt it or cleaned it up, it probably doesn’t exist.” – See more of Susan’s “little people” adventures and other photographs by clicking here and see her previous aamora post here.