Looney Tunes revenge scenarios ran through my head and it could have ended badly, but it didn't.
Then I really slowed down to take a look at things while remembering that no matter how serene a day you're having some dangerous idiot could be just around the corner.
|Has its own stories to tell. Mostly involving hay|
But a few other things caught my eye and I continued to bask in mother nature's bipolar high.
|Year-Round Slightly Terrifying Santa|
Cool mural - but a little scary, as you say.ReplyDelete
It's a pretty interesting yard, Fi. I'll put up a less scary photo soon.Delete
The statue of Satan ... is used for Halloween? LOLReplyDelete
Google does what he wants ... change the names and words ... I wrote Santa! Sorry!Delete
I think Satan is more appropriate, Ella, hahaha.Delete
Nice photos, we are currently experiencing snow too-although not as bad as England is getting. Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
You're in France, Jane? I heard Europe was getting slammed, that's so weird. It did get colder today after being 60˚ (16) yesterday. I started gauging the weather by taking photos of the ice rink by my fitness center. A pond of water yesterday, today frozen over.Delete
Maybe that Santa was the dude driving the car!ReplyDelete
Brrr ahh ha haaa. Even Evil Santa doesn't use words like that, Brian.Delete
Oh wow that is one scary Santa!!! #keepingitrealReplyDelete
I wouldn't want him on my roof, Catie.Delete
That's one weird Santa. Yikes. I'm guessing it's there to scare the kids? Just saying.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day. ♥
Or the bikers or the other yard art.Delete
Maybe the Santa will be happier come Spring. In the meantime maybe he can scare people like that rude (to say it politely) dude. Hugs to you.ReplyDelete
That road rage guy was a fatal accident waiting to happen. Maybe the other statue can cheer up Evil Santa.Delete
Yay! Santa survives. I like that Santa. He looks like he's been to the Caribbeans and got a bit of a suntan after a well-deserved rest delivering presents for 24 hours. Although i do think he should have put on a little sunscreen.ReplyDelete
Or has returned from a harrowing journey to hell.Delete
Hi Jeanna, sounds like you encountered a proper Hill Billy there. Drive with your doors locked!... The Looney Tunes theme tune alone makes me smile (fond childhood memories of sitting in front of the telly on a Saturday morning with the biscuit barrel). I wonder what ever happened to that old Rooster? Maybe he's sitting in a rocking chair on a porch somewhere, smoking a pipe and sharing stories of his younger years.... They don't make 'em like that anymore!... And that is a rather creepy looking Santa!ReplyDelete