© Andrew MacLaren-Scott
Ha ha ha . . . and how demurely those legs are crossed.
The Demure Don?Not an adjective the Don has received before. And when my steed Apocalypse has been making me try for the fearsome look... Clearly I must try harder.
And actually my legs were waiting very patiently and with commendable calm for the rest of me to arrive.Aileen and her Alien transportation tricks...It has been an interesting day.Although some may suspect a mere trick of partial reflection from a low glass partition - the naive fools. Humans have an astonishing ability to deny the remarkable (she says).
As long as, when the body arrives, there is no confusion as to which body belongs to which legs. I would be totally lost if my body would click to a pair of long legs like yours.
Both legs and body have now been reunited. Same old legs and body as before, and I lack the confidence to ask Dulcinea if she would have preferred some altered arrangement
As for the possibility of you teetering atop my legs and my body arriving to be attached to your little legs... Ah Ha! It would be a great laugh for a minute or so, but only for a minute or so. Do I get the walker as well as the little legs? Or do you have to reach way way down to the walker? I am tempted to try to stitch the scenario together using the magic of image manipulation :)
That's exactly what I imagined and(laughed aloud) when you explained you had been cut in half for a while.....
I am glad that you are no longer 'disembodied'. A tad disconcerting I would think, and commend your patience and the optimism which lead you to be confident of a happy outcome.
Swapping legs with Claude (or anyone else) would be odd, but hopefully you would acquire both of their legs. A lanky leg and a little one would make a walker a necessity.
Haha! DEMURE!Nice photo, Andrew, I like layers like this.
Smart trousers.Soo Zee
As long as you don't get spliced in the middle as you re-emerge on earth, all should be fine...