Monday, August 9, 2010

Zen Monday: #107


At last, at last, it's Zen Monday, the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what I think the photo's about.

I look for a photo worth contemplating or, failing that, something odd or silly. And unless I absolutely must say something I stay out of the comments box to avoid influencing the discussion. 


Let your imagination dictate. There's no right or wrong. We're here to have fun until we just can't take it anymore.

31 comments:

lewi14 said...

I see a person who is worship the new porch of the garge. It seems to me a little bit unusual, but everyone must go to heaven his own way...

Shell Sherree said...

Feeling green around the gills.

Bellis said...

Crawling under the garage door when I've locked myself out is such a pain.

Mister Earl said...
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Mister Earl said...

Oh, we go to the bright yellow church down the street.

mark said...

A man's driveway is his castle.

Susan C said...

Mr. Earl's comment about the yellow church made me laugh.

Vanda said...

Fixing the invisible car.

Anonymous said...

Sunbaked on a garage creeper.

DAYo.

Clifford Beshers said...

"Buy! Buy!," says the sign in the shop window. "Why? Why?," says the junk in the yard.

Virginia said...

Myra was such a ho, she would stop at nothing to drum up a little business.

altadenahiker said...

There's absolutely no way I can follow Virg.

Speedway said...

Unemployed actor, Harry Schmutz, having just found work as a cement finisher, lies down in his driveway, seeking to understand the motivation of the concrete.

dive said...

I suppose a patch of sun is a patch of sun but I'd have used a sunbed rather than bare concrete.

Susan Campisi said...

Yikes, am I tired. Can't take another step.

Speedway said...

Overwhelmed...ennui...need...to be...spatulated.

Margaret said...

It's shady and NOT 104 degrees outside and it's August. Find a space, feel the ground and just be glad.

pasadenapio said...

The house really blends in with the neighborhood, so just look for the M in the driveway...

Virginia said...

Hiker can't top ME? I"m blushing and patting myself on the back!!!HEEEEEEEE

And I want it duly noted that this was the FIRST and probably last time I'll have anything to add to Zen Monday......ever.

Trish said...

Barb always told Bob that drinking beer while working on the car could only lead to bad things...this shot proves it---can you hear Bob now---"I need a 9/16ths wrench...zzzzzzz...holy sh~! where'd the car go?!?!"

Mister Earl said...

Auto-eroticism.

J+P said...

Whoever he is, I hope his Internet connection's down.

J+P said...

Whoever he is, I hope his Internet connection's down.

J+P said...

#@*%!! I hate AT&T! Or maybe it's this browser.

Virginia said...

Earl,
Vat dee hell eezz "auto eroticism"?
je ne comprend pas!
( Am I automatically eroticized" Sounds like a winner.)
V

Petrea said...

This is one of those where I've checked in during the day then gone about my business repeating your jokes to myself and laughing out loud in public. People think I'm nuts, but that's nothing new.

There are so many good ones today.

Virginia, I should think topping the Altadena Hiker would give you motivation to try again, now that we know you've got it in you.

Ms M said...

These comments are great -- the green reminds me of that green mint ice cream. As for the "lounger" maybe he's meditating on the design (or cracks) on the ceiling, or perhaps his back went out and he's stuck there until his wife gets home.

Greg Sweet said...

I guess that's why the Christmas lights are still up.

J+P said...

Wow, Greg … late to the party, but you brought a treat.

J.J. said...

George didn't realize that painting his house puke green would make him so dizzy that he had to lay down.

Petrea said...

Keep 'em coming! Zen Monday can last all week as far as I'm concerned.