Living in a fantasy world and damn happy about it.
So, who do ya think is buried in the rusty barrel?
Or maybe in the tin shed?
Oh, that's pitiful. Do you suppose it's a mis-spelling?
I have no idea, songbird. The stone is the same on both sides, like it was a marker for a family plot. It appears to be in great shape, except for sitting in the trash pile. Odd...PG and Janie: Maybe it's supposed to say Hoffa???
How totally weird.
Wow, I don't even have another comment...just wow.
Maybe they weren't really dead and decided they don't need the marker.... and I'm guessing the only reason you didn't take it home was because it was too heavy to lift by yourself. I'll bet you tried, didn't you?
jonboy - you are sorry. just plain sorry.
Maybe they can't find the bodies.
Oooh, I like that, dijea! I think that must be it..
Sorry Rach, but I'm with Jonboy on this one, I bet you tried to pick the thing up and take it with you.
annie - hee hee! nah, I knew I couldn't lift it! (well, not unless I switched into my cape and I'd forgotten to bring it with me, ha ha ha!)
Rach:You were out snapping pics naked again? How many times have I told you, you HAVE to wear the cape! Someone might call the sheriff, like last time!
Yeah, you're right PG, buy you know I'm really into naked taphophilia. ha ha ha!
Now Rach, you're being too modest. Didn't they just elect you President of the NTSA? (Naked Taphophilist Society of America)?
Is THAT what it means, PCIT? No wonder my name wasn't anywhere on the program at that transportation conference! :)
Dear Lord! I really hope there is not a body there beneath the stone. I'm hoping Jonboy is right, that they are alive and just decided to pitch the marker. What a sad location for a "resting place."OR, MAYBE, it's a situation like the Hatfields' and McCoys', and one of the feuds led to a stealing of a family headstone, and hiding it away. Yeah, I like that thought...
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