Monday, February 25, 2013

Zen Monday #232

Monday's the day you tell us about the photo, rather than me telling you. It's not a guessing game (unless you want it to be). There's no right or wrong. Just tell us, in your own words, what the photo means to you.

I kid you not, I do not stage these things.


16 comments:

Andy said...

If you go down to the woods today,

You're sure of a big surprise.

Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic.

Kalei's Best Friend said...

Looks like a forest gnome left u a surprise!.

Bellis said...

At least it didn't rain.

jmgrimes said...

This was a birthday party at a barber shop in Kansas, during which a tornado struck. Everyone was OK, including one slice of cake.

Laura Monteros said...

Loved the cake, not big on frosting, but I don't want to offend the hostess so I'll just take a little stroll in the woods....

John Sandel said...

***

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ADVISORY:

EXPECT A LIGHT FROSTING IN LOW-LYING AREAS

***

end transmission

Bellis said...

Some poor person couldn't have their cake AND eat it.

Petrea Burchard said...

The comments are so great today! Funny, I was sure this was the kind of photo that would get loads of comments. I never know with Zen Monday, though. Today is characterized by quality over quantity.

Ms M said...

Caution -- icing overload ahead. The squirrels won't even go near it.

Bellis said...

Everyone's zonked after the Oscar parties last night. I think it's a hilarious find, there in the middle of the forest.

John Sandel said...

Barriers are down at the Devil's Food Dam.

"If there's a fork in the cake, take it."—Yogi Berra



… hell, this is a piece of—uh—this is easy!

Speedway said...

Found at the scene of a cake wreck, officials found one piece, which they declared dead after putting a fork in it.

Petrea Burchard said...

More, please! Still funny. Devil's Food Dam, whyouIoughta....

Bellis said...

Thanks for Devil's Food Dam, John. I will never think of it as gate any more. And our fight to save the willow forest will henceforth be known as Devilsgate.

Clifford Beshers said...

Sorry I missed this. Clearly, an offering to the Gods of Hazard.

Petrea Burchard said...

...not queens, not dukes, not princes.