Pajari Girls Shark Week


I know what you’re thinking…but we don’t mean the one on Discovery Channel.

Shark, kayak
Credit: Africa Geographic via www.missfidget.com

This week  is even scarier. Maybe it’s best illustrated by a conversation I recently had with a male friend of ours. We’ll call him Mr. No-Fun.

No-Fun: What IS it with you girls and car problems this week??

Me: I know! And it’s shark week, to top it off!

No-Fun: (Stops walking, and turns around with a wrinkled brow.) What the hell does that have to do with anything? It’s the Discovery Channel; it’ll be on again. And again. And again.

Me: No, no, no. This is worse. PMS week.

No-Fun: Holy Christ, you don’t ALL cycle at once, do you??? Omigod….Poor Big Guy and Paul…Can’t you do something about that??!

shark cage
photo credit: www.discoverhawaii.com

Later, relating the above convo to my sister (aka The Queen of Poo, Lois, and the witch who volunteered me for the play), she laughed so hard, I bet tears ran down her leg. “That’s a terrible idea!! What does he want us to do—all four take turns so the whole month is hell?!?! Better to get it all over at once!”

I agreed, “Holy crap! You’re right!! Kinda like a nuclear blast….give the community three weeks to recover in-between!” There is no doubt in my mind this is why women who spend a lot of time together also cycle together. Mother Nature is no dummy.

shark attack survivor
photo credit: nbc news

It’s not that bad. Usually, we are more bark

basking shark
photo credit: Discovery Channel

than bite.

nemo sharks
photo credit: Finding Nemo, where the answers to ALL life’s questions can be found.

Usually. 😀

It wouldn’t hurt to tread lightly, though.

7 thoughts on “Pajari Girls Shark Week

  1. Loved this! If everyone remembers splashing too much attracts sharks, it’ll keep the whole town treading smooth.

  2. Of course, the shark you posted with it’s mouth wide open is a filter-feeding shark and one of the least dangerous in the oceans…
    Also, what ever happened to the guinea fowl recapture plans? :O

    1. Yes! It’s a Basking Shark 🙂

      I asked Mrs. K. about it… she said she thought I captured it to keep in my house ‘cuz I love poultry sooo much. Like hell!! I am thinking it might have become wolf or coyote or fox chow.

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