Driving down a street in a neighboring town Danny and I came across this…
Seriously, what the hell? A quiet suburban street with fairly regular homes, nothing extraordinary about this neighborhood until we saw this silver fiberglass saddled, tassled camel parked on the neatly kept front lawn.
I did a little web searching on camel symbolism and came up with this lovely interpretation of camel dreams (anyone having these lately?)
To see this beast of burden, signifies that you will entertain great patience and fortitude in time of almost unbearable anguish and failures that will seemingly sweep every vestige of hope from you. To own a camel, is a sign that you will possess rich mining property. To see a herd of camels on the desert, denotes assistance when all human aid seems at a low ebb, and of sickness from which you will arise, contrary to all expectations.
Hey, with the shape the world is in these days it is no wonder we don’t see a camel on every lawn.
Whatever happened to those garden gnomes (my grandparents had one) or the cute little family of plaster ducks crossing the lawn (my parents had these). Or Pink Flamingos for G-d sake. They were the bomb!
Lawn decor. Now that would be a great photo book for me to do…
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Oh the drama-dary. ; )
Dang, I need to get me some camel lawn ornaments! (Btw, if you know where I can get a cute garden gnome like the one in “Amelie,” let me know. I thought I had found one, ordered it, and it turned out to be much smaller and less tacky than I thought. : (
And speaking of being surprised, checkout today’s blog post. : )
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