Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Not in MY Garden

A follow up to yesterday's post:
While walking Shado the dog, I saw this in a desert garden.  
Shado and I both were perplexed.
What do you think the 'boy' did 
to deserve this punishment?
The poor guy was stuck there, 
in that position, for a week. 
He finally disappeared...

13 comments:

Barb said...

That's kind of creepy, I think! I much prefer your garden statue.

Lucy (aka rharper) said...

Yeah...as far as statues go, I agree with Barb. A little creepy.

giantspeckledchihuahua said...

Weird...

Sam said...

I think Marge and I would both put our hackles up and give such a sight a very wide berth!! Scary...

Thérèse said...

Perplexed!

Janet said...

Scary creepy!

Kathy said...

Not creepy! Sicko!!!!

Sandra said...

i think it is creepy AND sick. glad they are not my neighbors. YIKES is all i can think of to say

Stella said...

Makes my hair stand on end, makes me want to cry! I hope he disappeared because someone told the people this!

Jo

Banjo52 said...

I heard that boy became obsessive about his garden, and the gods of Notgarden swooped down and said, "If you will not live peacefully withOUT the garden on your own, we must force you to live awhile in our vast state of Notgarden." If the boy is gone, he must have learned his lesson.

altadenahiker said...

I lost a lot in the garden as well, just as the seedlings were poking through, what with the late frost and all.

WV: Bufferap. Need one.

Brenda's Arizona said...

So everyone is well creeped out now? Wasn't my plan at all!! :-)

AH, I love your wv. Perfect. I could use that word at work when a headache follows my boss' visit.

Banjo, creative imagination. So, the kid learned his lesson? Let's think so.
Thanks, everyone!

Sam said...

That is kind of creepy, you know...

Sam