Friday, January 06, 2006

THE ADVENTURES OF GOAT BOY, PART III

In his quest to reach New York City, Goat Boy braves a fierce winter storm somewhere out West. Fighting off hypothermia induced hallucinations, he begins to regret ever telling Farmer Jones that he would "give up his Broadway dreams when hell freezes over!"

If you were in Goat Boy's shoes (that is if he had shoes), would you give up your dreams for a hot cup of coffee?

7 Comments:

Blogger Richard Emblin said...

No Paul, unfortunately, I have not worked in Kenya. Is there somthinge to do there? Should we be shooting in Kenya?. There are plenty of fabulous stories to document...

Richard

3:49 PM  
Blogger tinaNanny said...

Paul, you think a limi might help? Wit a big backseat? I mean the poor kid's out there schlepping naked!!

And coffee?! Coffee? Honey, he got to up the ante a little. Make them put some diamonds or money or at least stock options on the table.

Maybe I could make a few calls. Fleetwood's available for emergency pickups.

As for shoes, I can put him in Bruno Maglis within the hour --knock-ups yeah, but sturdy and fashionable. Tell G. Boy to call my secertary ASAP.

(Her name is really Arlene Bonchuk, but peoples keep calling her Asap and Cc)

Yours on Broadways
Nanny Tina, Herself

7:15 PM  
Blogger MollyNanny said...

Keep going, Darling Goat Boy! Don't look back. Move ahead toward where the sun rises. After the snow stops and if it's morning. And Believe.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Sock Monty said...

What if my dreams were for a cup of coffee?

Dreams are a good start, but thought & preparation have to follow, then hard work & dedication. I hope Goat Boy gets somewhere warm, I hope he realizes his dreams, and I hope he gets Farmer Jones front row tickets at his Broadway Premier for him and his wife so they can all be friends again.

10:23 PM  
Blogger Lorraine said...

Goat boy, although impressively done, freaks me out :)

5:26 AM  
Blogger willie101 said...

While starting out on the road that leads to the realisation of your dreams might have forbode a little better had goat boy considered a warm thermos full of hot IRISH coffee and perhaps a nice stylish shawl for those little shoulders, he has, nevertheless, made his bed, and if he wants to realise his dream, he should push on.

Life is too short to only drink one cup of (IRISH) coffee anyway, and so, when he finished it, he would not only be bored, he would be more in wanting than ever before.

Nope - STAY THE PATH, GOOD STEED!!! Carry on where the weak and nimble may not tread....

10:45 PM  
Blogger sydney said...

what hapend to goat boy with the green grass below the snowy mountians

11:39 AM  

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