My wanderings and ponderings with a little kitsch thrown in for good measure.
Maybe that could be in Maine. Maybe that could be in Texas or Pennsylvania. But when I look at that I see the southern Midwest. :^oThey're just like that down there...
Martha,You definitely won't get an argument from me on that. This stuff is great fun and a source of great amusement for me. On the very same day I also saw a gnome riding a turtle.~k
That is just so cool. Someone was creative.
The house this was in front of is for sale. I have no idea what that has to do with anything, but I found it amusing.~k
I had a quick chuckle. Quite cute with the bunny ears.
Lori,It made me laugh.~k
Tortoise/hare! Too funny...
Well, at least a turtle lays eggs. I never quite figured the bunny egg thing out.~k
Keith, the whole Easter thing is a bit much for me. I have been leaning more and more as the years pass towards Bill Marr's views on religion. I think it's because having been raised Catholic, and having a Jewish wife, you look at your side of the fence, then the yard on the other side of the fence, then you listen to one of Bill's rants... and well Easter begins to look as weird as that tortoise. All the best to you!
David,I'm rather much of an amphibian when it comes to religious traditions. I think we have a crisis of meaning making right now. Secular humanism doesn't have such a great track record going on either. Truthfully, as a species we are pretty much of a weed, oh well. Thanks for your comment. I suspect one day you and I are going to have one very enjoyable and wondrous conversation with lots of head nodding and laughter.~k
Was the tortoise dipping the the wrong gene pool? Very nice and fitting find for Easter, Keith. Thanks for the chuckle.
Sonja,You are most welcome! I suspect this is a one of a kind.~k