Early each morning at the crack of dawn I unwrap my day during a peaceful walk with my dog. I often snap an amusing sight and post it to facebook in realtime. These are sort of little notes to myself for blog posts. This was one such image.
These ridiculous blow-up lawn ornaments can be seen all over the zip code from late September through early January. We start with the ghosts and pumpkins, roll into the turkeys and then hit the crescendo of lawn tackiness with the vast array of Christmas offenses. There is everything from the mundane Santa through to enormous snow globes with full nativity scenes or reindeer extravaganzas.
Early each morning you can drive through town and see at least half of them deflated on the front lawns of our less tasteful neighbors. It is as if someone has driven around in the cover of night pulling the plugs on all these babies.
I swear it is not me. But I do applaud whoever it is.
In this one instance, I have a sneaking suspicion it was the patriotic ghost.
One response to “Another Senseless Pumpkin Deflation”
My parents live across the street from a major balloon addict….the pumps on these things are NOISY! There should be a restriction in balloon size…perhaps based on your acreage! It’s kind of special when they deflate…