Last week my best friend visited. We did a ton of sightseeing including Stonehenge. This kid seemed completely unimpressed by everything, including me I think.
TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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life goes on, round and round, he is pretty ho hum about it all …”oh here we are again!”
I would love to know what he was thinking about.
Stonehenge – wow! I guess its significance was indeed lost on this fellow. Makes for a great photo though.
Maybe he wanted food or a nap. I get cranky when I’m tired or hungry.
He looks really unimpressed!
I had to laugh. I think his mom always knows what he’s thinking.
Ha ha sure she does! 🙂
I’m so jealous – I only saw Stonehenge from the distance as we drove by.
Come on over!
Don’t tempt me! I desperately want to come back over. Hopefully with my new job I’ll be able to save up some money.
I’m weird. I enjoy finding ways to save money so I can travel. then when I finally go on the trip it means so much more. Good luck!
Stonehenge again? And still without me? That kid’s face could be my face! LOL 🙂
Well you don’t visit…
I know :(. LOL!
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Speaking from the point of view because I have a child, he is so young and unimpressed that he’ll never remember that trip.
It’s sad really. I went to many cool places when I was young but have no memories of them.
Maybe he’s been there before, in a previous life 🙂
HA! What a great picture. Love the commentary. I would so love to visit one day.
I hope you do!
He’s got a very grown up look on his face… (Oh £$%”, enough already!) 😉
LOL…I would love to know what he’s thinking…or maybe I wouldn’t.
Aww…what a cutie!
I think he’s going to be a smart adult.