“So, I started this journey at Jekyll Island, where my owner accidentally left me behind – but no worries, it seems like I can almost magically fit on any face,” narrates the Sunglasses.
“Oh, it pains me to think of the all the eye strain my poor owner is feeling right now without me – so I wrote my owner a letter to let them know I was a okay,” the Sunglasses continue.
“Jason was visiting his Great Uncle on Mississippi’s coast, and I made him stop every once in a while for a break. It is hard for me to just sit there most of the day cooped up in the car. Getting some sun and rest is worth it,” explains the Sunglasses.
“I explored the garden of this Great Uncle and found that banana’s grow upside down! Who knew?” exclaimed the Sunglasses.
“After Mississippi, I was finally put to some use as Jason headed back home to Ohio. We passed by this sign, and I told him we had to stop – this used to be home to me back when I was just a little spectacle,” says the Sunglasses.
“As I recall, Jason was getting tired, so I told him about my owner’s parents place. It was so hard to find the road they live on in the middle of the boonies, Alabama – but when we did, I had to get a snapshot of it,” pronounced the Sunglasses.
“My owner has such talented siblings. This bird was the work of the head on which I am napping … such a nice place to get a bit of rest,” sleepily related the Sunglasses.
“Another sibling knew how to draw very well – this one of a horse had muscular details that I was drawn to … I just kept staring at it,” voiced the Sunglasses.
“But before we left, I had to hear a little more of the musical side of my owner’s family. This is another sibling’s keyboard … with a frisbee for good measure,” related the Sunglasses.
“It was fun looking around my owner’s old home and work shed. If I actually could drive, rather than just be a passenger in a car, someone might be able to convince me to get a vanity license plate – but I would need to think up something better than ‘SUNGLS’,” declared the Sunglasses.
“One last thing before we left my owner’s previous compound was to hang at the horse pen to get a little sun. I found my favorite Radio Flyer, with raised wood sides, and a 6 inch lift kit – perfect for the back-woods Alabama terrain,” mentions the Sunglasses.
“The whole way back, I couldn’t keep the round horse pen out of my head – so when I saw this, I told Jason we had to stop. Ah, to watch the horses at this huge ranch in Horse Country, USA – sometimes known to the locals as Lexington, KY. Granted these horses are usually more of the showy do-nothing type … but maybe they might become real cowboy horses one day. My owner would probably like that,” uttered the Sunglasses. “Next part of the trip is the US Postal Service – I have a nice bed made for me and I’ll be heading to my owner. See you soon,” finishes the Sunglasses.
Jason Nitzberg has many interests and sees how our lives and these interests are really all interconnected. As a self described Renaissance-Man-in-Training, Jason uses his many fascinations to learn from, educate, and humor people of many walks of life.