Isn’t fall wonderful?
Rummaging in the garage for suitable decorations, I came across a
If you squint and look at it sideways, it sort of looks like a turkey.
It is supposed to be primitive art; I’m not quite sure why I bought it.
It is an raw piece of wood, shaped like a bowling pin, with cartoon-like eyes, triangular beak, and painted cream-brown.
There are no feathers or arms, but the body is attached to 18-inch long twine legs with dangling, yellow wooden feet.
If you hold the feet flat, they could be tulip flowers.
Around this bird’s neck is a handful of raffia strings that form a bow tie.
I thought this turkey would look cute hanging from my front door, but I was mistaken.
The wooden creature hung on a high hook. Legs dangled and yellow feet marked my door each time it opened, “Clang, Clang, Clang”.
After surveying the object, I realized that it looked like I hung up one of those yellow rubber chickens by the neck.
It may not be suitable for my door, but I know a fire pit that waits patiently for its first fall victim.
Happy Fall, Ya'll. I'd love to hear about your decorations. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Now, go out and kick some leaves.
Have a great day.