Hawaiian Minnie Mouse ??

Concrete lawn ornaments are nice and in Greenwood the lawn decorative  ornaments are difficult to miss as you drive down any street. 

There is a home that has pink flamingos in the yard and a home near me with a Dalmatian standing guard.

I wonder if the people who own the concrete bird bath on Main Street know that periodically a cat uses it  for a drinking fountain.   Do  you  suppose  the  birds  mind  sharing  their bath water?

There is a concrete goose on South Street that is wearing Purdue regalia while less than one block away another goose is wearing Indiana University logo fashion. 

My neighbor has a religious figure in her flower bed.  Across the street there is romance in the air  with a little  Dutch  boy and girl. 

While some lawn ornaments are made of concrete and finished with paint, in reality some of these are wood.  I mention the little old ladies in polka dot dresses bent over poesy patches.  Then there are the plywood statues of little boys who opt to help water the garden.

This city is not likely to lose its love of  lawn ornaments. On highway 135 there is an angel and two blocks away a gargoyle scowls.  And who could miss the bright blue gazing ball on a pedestal one street over.

Yes lawn ornaments are nice, but  Minnie  Mouse  decorated  as a  Hawaiian Hula Girl ??  Perhaps some people have way too much time on their hands.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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One thought on “Hawaiian Minnie Mouse ??

  1. I like your writing style. California likes lawn ornaments too. I have a couple frogs and a Chinese pagoda bird feeder. Always good to hear from you.

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