Monday, March 13, 2006
Aha so the adventure began at the bright hour of 5am. This Imp and a few good friends were off to the new Atlanta Aquarium to find Nemo! Well perhaps this Imp was the only one truly out of find Nemo but that is ok, we all had fun! In the picture on the right, this Imp is trying to take a picture of Dori, the fish who helps Nemo's father, but she was swimming very fast, probably confused as usual! She was not any help. So I tried to ask these moon jellyfish but they were very talkative, not very friendly either. So I went to great depths to ask this hammerhead if he had any idea where I might find Nemo. He didn't speak english! Oy! This Imp was having no luck so far finding Nemo. But I strived forward into further strange places to ask even crazier looking creatures if they had any idea where Nemo might be found. It was of the greatest importance. I must say it took me a minute to even be able to strike a conversation with this guy. His hairdo was abit...odd so it took this Imp by surprise. He was very nice but not very helpful, his accent was so thick it was hard to understand him. He either said "Little Nemo is in the Tropical part" or "With this leafy body it is really hard to fart". I did not ask him to repeat what he said! So I moved onward and then thought for sure someone in this group would know where to find Nemo. They all gave a different opinion and couldn't agree on anything except which direction to swim next. They had an Jamaican accent which was fun to listen to but to very helpful in leading me to Nemo. So at last this Imp and my friend T-Liscious put our heads together to come up with a strategy on how to find the ellusive Nemo and succeed in our quest. And well great minds not only think alike but also succeed for what did we find...none other than NEMO!!! Hooray!!
Much thanks to my friends and loved ones who went with this Imp on the great adventure to find Nemo! For those who didn't go or just casual reader's of this Imp's adventures then you must all definitely sometime visit this great place! www.georgiaaquarium.org