A Life Less Interesting
You are correct.Funny none of these people see themselves as sheep.And why can't we be the baby Jesus?
Petrea beat me to it; I thought the same thing. We can aspire to being a king, a shepard, a monk or a sheep, but we cannot aspire to being the Holy Parental Unit or Little Jesus Boo-Boo?
Ha - Cromer, I captured the nativity thing in the background when I photographed Cromer's 'lobster pot Christmas Tree'Funnily enough I thought WTF when I saw the 'tree' (I hadn't heard about it then) and hardly noticed the nativity photo thing in the background. Now that you've highlighted it I realise how ridiculous it is.http://www.flickr.com/photos/shieladixon/sets/72157632449376903/
I think giving people the opportunity to be the Holy Family or the angel would have been too tempting, Petrea. I like the sheep, but I think they should have cut out the head of the chicken, too, for tiny kids.I must confess I found it hilarious.Speedway, there are too many people in the world already who think they're Jesus. Some of them have guns.Be very afraid.Yay, Sheebee! Well spotted. I took the lobsterpot Christmas tree, too, but this was simply too hilarious and creepy to resist. It screamed WTF Monday at me.Those three words, "Walcott Beach Christmas" brought back some wonderful memories … and also some memories of long walks in the dark, trudging up the beach into the teeth of a howling northerly hailstorm until our faces fell off. Ah, the ghosts of Christmases past.
*Biting my pagan baby lip* ;~)xoxoxoxox
Hee hee, Savannah.xoxoxox
Haha! This is great! But where's the dog in the manger??
Good point, Ms.M. I need to drive out there with my paintbrush.
How did I miss this post? It really is the best ever. I've never wanted a nativity in my yard, but I'd display this one!
Me, too, Robyn! What fun!
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