The Zen of Unsure Things
Feng shui all the way!!
Cliff: I saw your comment first in my email. Couldn't remember what I'd posted. Had to look at the photo and think about it for a minute. The reward was the laugh.I'll look it up, KBF, and see how this fits in.
Petrea...Doing captions is not my forte BUT I do love this photo. Bazaar or what?
Sure. Or we could just say, "creative."
This is why you must always check to see if there is water in the pool.
Oh gosh ouch.
Then there are those who stick their heads in the sand. I wonder if the colored balls light up at night? And then music comes on, and then the legs dance? A little garden disco.
Maybe this is a re-creation of a synchronized swimming scene from an Esther Williams movie, in light of her recent passing.
I'm voting for Katie, with the proviso that these dolls have rickets.
looks like my in-laws, they stick their heads in the sand and drink pretty colored drinks all the time to pretend reality isn't right in front of them!
I'll take one of those pretty colored drinks!!!
I could use one myself right now, Chieftess.
It appears the plants are newly planted. Perhaps the same is true for the legs. After a good watering and some warm sunshine, they will rise up and we will see their waist. Or at least their hips.
It looks like Druid Easter!
Many of these concepts are frightening to me!
When little Laura was given her own patch of land to garden, her parents imagined she'd plant marigolds and pansies.
Little Laura plants her Barbies, and they grow. By the end of the season, oh, the horror!http://www.tcm.com/mediaroom/video/414379/Attack-Of-The-50-Foot-Woman-Movie-Clip-Till-She-Finds-Harry.html
Thanks to Ms M for that link.
Ha! The link works very well with Bellis's comment :-)
rock, rock, rock, candle, candle, rock, candle, candle, rock. Ok throw in little plants.
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