Owl, Mouse and a Passport

Airplane travel is nature’s way of making you look like your passport photo.” ~ Al Gore

It’s a while since I gave Owl and Mouse a little airing on here, today I address that oversight with the 16th episode of my Owl and Mouse Comic Book Series.

The Wednesday Word-prompt this week on GC’s and my Weekly Prompts site is PASSPORT

GC tells of the days when the travelogue picture show was our PASSPORT to travelling.  These days the world has opened up, and many of us travel across the globe, but to do that we need an actual physical paper passport.

It’s simple enough to procure a passport.  Well, for you it probably is, but for someone else, things haven’t gone according to plan lately. And here in the little picture strip, Mouse attempts to explain why!  

To see more from Owl and Mouse Click Here

SueW-nansfarm.net 2019. Word-prompt PASSPORT from Weekly Prompts

http://weeklyprompts.com/2019/03/20/word-prompt-passport

13 thoughts on “Owl, Mouse and a Passport

  1. Murphy's Law

    Lois and I are on the same wavelength…..no passport photograph until after the trip to the salon! Period. End of story!! Bad enough if we have a weird expression or our eyes look like little neon signs, but our hair better look perfect!
    🐾Ginger 🐾

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  2. gc

    Hey there partner…love the Owl and Mouse video. They should be labelled the dynamic information duo. Thanks for sharing. Love your creative offerings. Keep ’em coming. 🙂

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  3. Mine expired a long time ago, don’t think I”ll be renewing now, of course I use an English Passport which for some reason doesn’t say English but UK citizen or some such nonsense, I’M English damn it!
    Our 3 Australian children love their English Passports, they’ve sed them more than their Aussie ones.

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    1. I once renewed mine whilst spending a few months in the Channel Islands. I was delighted to have JERSEY written across the front, it made me feel different to everyone else.

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      1. Well it would wouldn’t it? I don’t suppose anyone was valiant enough to refer to you as a Jersey Cow though;.
        If i remember rightly calling a female a cow in England is/was a big insult, whereas here substituting bitch is. Calling a female a silly cow here is some sort of term of affection, a bit like silly sod in England

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