Monday, February 6, 2012

Zen Monday: #182


I don't know. You tell me.

23 comments:

Latino Heritage said...

Two measures of Waltz of the Chairs.

Shell Sherree said...

Of only one thing, I'm sure. Somewhere, sometime, someone was tipsy around here.

Kalei's Best Friend said...

They definitely don't want anyone to see!... Those lined up chairs remind me when I lived on a cul-de-sac and we had about 30 kids.. All the moms would gather on a driveway and we'd watch the kids play while we talked about anything and everything...

Trish said...

I tol' you Earleen's stuff wouln't all fit in that dang garage, and you hadda go and bring your friends over here and try to shove it all in there while bein' drunk and shit while watching the Super Bowl. NOW look what you've done! Don' you tell me you're gonna "fix" it, you done already "fixed" it and made it this way in the first place. I tol' ya!

wv: trient. You be trient my patience son!

Steven said...

The next GOP Presidential debate will be held on a driveway in Garden Grove, CA.

TheChieftess said...

Anyone for a round of musical chairs???

altadenahiker said...

If you're going to play hardball on Zen Mondays, I just might take my mitt and go home.

Petrea Burchard said...

Chicken.

Bellis said...

Can't best Trish.

Susan Campisi said...

It reminds me of a couple of windows in my house.

Speedway said...

While "the girls" were inside with their baby shower, "the boys" had an oil changing party where they were sure to get well-lubed.

Nancy Letts said...

These people are obviously related to our neighbors, who line up their plastic chairs around their chicken coop, facing in. So they can watch the chickens doing... what?

Ms M said...

Making advanced preparations for next year's parade....

postie said...

Front row seats to the Garage Sale

Steve Scauzillo said...

Project Garage Runway. American Non Idol. Don't judge me. Had enough?

Petrea Burchard said...

You are all very funny.
I am worried about the chickens.
I am also going to name my next pet Earleen.
And next time I have a garage sale I'll set up chairs so folks can come by and set theirselves down to watch.

Clifford Beshers said...

It's so nice to see that hetero- and homo-sexual chairs can get along. Gives me hope for humans.

Petrea Burchard said...

!

I'm disappointed that Blogger doesn't let us upload our pictures large anymore. It's more fun when you can see it BIG.

Trish said...

lol Cliff! It DOES give one hope! What I wanna know is how YOU could tell...I mean, ok, the funnel was a dead give-away, but...;-)

And wooohooo on my winning the naming for the next critter in the house! I think you just made my day Petrea!

Trish said...

and Petrea---if you don't have a mac, if you right click on your pic and open in new window or tab, it'll make the photo a *little* bigger. Not the great gobs it used to offer, but a bit.

I would think that the attempt at protections for proprietary use of photos would prevent the right click option, instead of preventing biggifying...but that's just me.

Petrea Burchard said...

I do have a Mac. It has the right-click option and the photo's a little bigger, but not as big as I want it to be.

I think protections are a great idea, but I'd like it better if Blogger gave me the option to upload large or small.

Nancy Letts said...

If you upload to flickr first, you can then plug your photos into blogger anywhere from a small square to the original size that you uploaded. Granted, an extra step, but gives you more options.

Petrea Burchard said...

Thanks for the tip, Nancy. I don't know if I'll do it--I haven't been crazy about flickr. But it's good to know I have the option!