Wednesday, May 6, 2020

literary gardens

We're back with more happy things we found during this stressful time in life.

Here where we are, people are doing all sorts of creative and artsy things to pass the time.

We go for walks twice a day and are always on the look out for unique and interesting art and messages neighbors have displayed in windows and yards.

We thought this was one of the best we've seen and wanted to share...

Last month the people in this house had a garden filled with Where The Wild Things Are;

This month they put up James and The Giant Peach.

They do such a great job we want to say thank you for their hard work and creativity!

Send us a pic of anything interesting out your way!

Have a super Wednesday...

Noodle and crew


  1. Hari OM
    I have to say, if nothing else, this lockdown bizzo has pushed the creativity button on many folks' brows!!! Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

  2. noodle thiz iz way total lee kewl !!! sum naybors over thata way N down de street then a few milez a way putted up sum dino's in ther yard; de food gurl will see if her can sendz de linx !!! stay happee N healthee☺☺♥♥

  3. The mom has seen some things when she goes for her walks, but mostly things written in chalk on the sidewalk or street. It's fun to see how creative people can be.

  4. If you get a chance check out my April 21st post. There's also been a new sign added to the bottom one, and as soon as dad gets back over there he'll get a photo of it.

  5. That is such a sweet idea! Here in our small French village, the expats AND some French have begun a WhatsApp called JAILBIRDS and we send fun and uplifting things to each other to laugh about each morn. Except for the travesty-satire films of the US criminal president.