Monday, April 23, 2012

Cock Lovers

Up from the Ashes arises a new Lifes HIghway
A stronger bionic shoulder Highway
A Highway who will draw electricity during a thunder storm but does not care
Because BY GOD there is Yard Art our there and
There are yards needed to be reported

Diane (my most loyal fan who has lovingly harassed the hell out of me to get off my non-biotic butt and get back to work sent an inspirational photo message:

In Ashville NC: there is beauty, there is the Biltmore and there are Cocks lots of 'em

Harold wished the Ruddy would shut up for just one friggin' minute, OK, it's daylight already.


This is for Diane who is on hiatus... Love ya.... 
and Henry a budding reporter of usual talent

19 comments:

  1. Hallelujah!!! It's back! I'm so excited I can't leave anything more than lame comments with lots of exclamation points. Woohoo!!

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  2. El Gaucho, so good to see ya! "!!!" are good. I'll take them.

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  3. And you're just in time for the Annual "End of Hibernation" party of the garden gnomes on our homestead. Granted this is nothing more than me unpacking them from the box they're stored in inside the garage and then arranging them in the garden...yet mystery and gnome magic abound.

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  4. A magical time indeed... We await the unveiling.

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  5. Well.....lookie who's back! Hooray!! I've been sending you subliminal messages to come back--did you get them??? It wasn't just Diane, you know. Sheesh.

    Either way--I'm just darn glad you are back, pally! I think it was my new plastic Pterodactyl that got you out of retirement. ;)

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  6. Lin, I did feel this Pterodactyl vibe last week but I shrugged it off. Happy to see ya'. Starting over from beginning I think, hope I am up for the challenge.

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  7. It's so nice to see you back! I was shopping for yard art last week (I'm looking for a concrete pelican...anyone know where I might find one?)and I thought of you.

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  8. Actually, Morning Glory I do! There is a gigantic yard art establishment near White Lake, NC. I'm going there next weekend... you want me to pick one up for you?

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  9. I'm not far from White Lake - I'll have to go check it out.

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  10. I just discovered you're baaaaaack, so I'm late commenting on Monday's post. Thanks for hi-liting my grandson! Henry is definitely going to be an investigative reporter - he leaves no stone unturned, no curve untouched!

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  11. Mom L, one day Henry will be a star.

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  12. Morning Glory it took me a few minutes to find it:
    http://www.theyardartgame.com/2009/08/adoption-center.html
    Closed on Sundays.

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    1. Thanks for the linky. And that certainly is a "dandy" pelican! Just the size I'm looking for!

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  13. Just popping in to say i absolutely love this blog! Crazy yard art rocks my socks! I'm so glad to know I'm not alone, lol!

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  14. Hi Mrs. Katie, I am making a call out for any and all fun examples of yard art. Hope you want to play.

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  15. hiatus indeed i didn't even know you were back!

    yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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  16. hiatus indeed i didn't even know you were back!

    yippppppppppppppeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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    1. Wow three comments, I feel triple excitement

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