Wednesday, October 14, 2009


I bought these three little scarecrows, years ago, to represent me and the girls during Harvest Time. I've managed to not only hold on to them, but keep them in great condition. They are currently keeping our pumpkin company on the front living room window sill.

I'm not sure where this little guy came from, but he is firmly planted in the middle of the front yard. Since he's only about six inches tall, he can barely be seen from the road, but it doesn't matter. The shrills of glee from Madison make him gigantic in our eyes.

Scarecrows really aren't scary

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