The Adventure of the Golden Bubble Bottle

The secret agent discovered the golden bubble bottle while exploring the previously uncharted backyard. His nemesis was close by, so the secret agent decided to hide the bottle and retrieve it later when the coast was clear.

He first considered throwing it through the fence into the neighbor’s yard. He eliminated that option when he realized he did not have the equipment required to scale the fence.

The secret agent next considered burying the bottle. Alas, he did not have a shovel.

The willow provided a good hiding place for the secret agent. However, the bottle dropped from the branches.

The rocks surrounding the birch tree proved too heavy to move.

After much searching, the secret agent determined that the best hiding spot was not a place, but a person. He entrusted the golden bubble bottle to me.

The secret agent left me to find further adventures. He knew that I would never divulge the location of the golden bubble bottle.

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12 Responses to The Adventure of the Golden Bubble Bottle

  1. shoes says:

    I love this! This is funny and sweet all at the same time. I trust you took good care of the golden bubble bottle. 🙂

  2. Those secret agents start young don’t they?

  3. Momma G says:

    Ah, the life of a secret agent is so full of adventure. By the way, the grass looks great!

    • Beth says:

      Confession – the pictures show the most pristine grass in the yard (small area in the shade of the trees). The bare and weedy spots that make up the majority of the lawn were deliberately excluded from secret agent’s adventures.

  4. So cute! So funny! Thanks for a good pick me up at the end of a long day!

  5. Barbara @ Just Another Manic Mommy says:

    he’s adorable 🙂

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