Tuesday, April 28, 2020

This Little Piggy Stayed Home

We've been sheltered in place for weeks.

We've been eating home cooked meals for weeks.

The gym has been closed for weeks.

And, we've walked miles of suburban streets for weeks.

The latter, perhaps a vain (both definitions apply) attempt to offset the side effects of the former three.

Each block is marked off evaluating renovations, critiquing paint colors, admiring landscaping, and chiding those who still don't understand the concept of social distancing.

It's a pretty mundane process - each day the same routine, the same houses, the same yards. But, every now and then you turn a corner and run across something that still manages to raise an eyebrow (or two).

Yard Art Gone to Pot(s)

The Bilbo Baggins Townhouse - an Alternative to Tree Stump Removal

The Organic Mailbox

Miss Sue E. - Breaking the Accepted Bounds of Suburban Pet Ownership.
I admit, I'm Concerned for Her Safety as U.S. Meat Processing Plants Continue to Close.

Take a walk. Open your eyes. And, experience the absurd in your neighborhood.