Bizarre Neighborhood?

It is beginning to occur to me that perhaps we do not live in the most normal of neighborhoods. I mean, it looks normal. We have neat houses with classic slate roofs and pretty landscaping. Everyone takes pride in their homes and for the most part keeps everything in good repair.

But when I start to think about the condom wrapping of snowmen, the bizarre garbage and the curb side art galleries, it would appear that we are a bit of an eclectic group. Those are all sort of charming, but THIS? The picture at the top of this post was taken at a house with the most bizarre residents. These ‘decorations’ were put up for Christmas but hung around for quite a while. The whole yard was filled with these wacky angels.

Honestly, I am sort of afraid to go past this place at night.

So? Do all neighborhoods have this sort of stuff or is it just us?

8 Comments

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8 responses to “Bizarre Neighborhood?

  1. You live in an area where there are creative and expressive people who channel with this creativity and expressiveness. I don’t understand how you of all people can find this threatening. Next time you are organising some kind of fundraiser you should ask these people to come on board, and bring their creativity to the mix.

    • No worries, Orla, this is the only neighbor who scares me but it has more to do with rest of her house. I will have to post some pics of what she did permanently to her house to aggravate her neighbors across the street

  2. laurie

    Maybe they, being the neighbors, are working together on this…perhaps they know you are posting…and you are the only one who isn’t in on the plan. Just a thought.
    A cruise thru the nighborhood must be fun!
    Have a driveway Friday party and see who shows up. It would be fun to match the people to their posts! 🙂

  3. Our neighborhood is very conservative. No fun. The old neighborhood was more entertaining, but nothing compared to yours!

  4. margi

    I love this pic – a neighborhood blend of artistic expression and pretty, white picket fences.

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