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They look like they belong
Wow, they look great! Did it take you a long time to decide where to put them?
LOL, I did ask that question, but figured it went unanswered due to being a silly question. They look great there. It adds the right touch of whimsy and color to the brown, tan and white. I wonder if you'll start a trend. THAT would be really cool. lol.
Ivan & Lou: I had to move 'em as they kept falling over and I couldn't drive their spindly lil legs deep enough into the rock-hard ground. They're now resting comfortably amid the spindly, spiky plants the landscapers installed. Another pic will follow tomorrow. Mebbe.
Anon: I wish I could've made 'em work where they were. I liked 'em by the door.
Now all you need is a wringer type washing machine on the front porch to make it complete!!!!
I had a wringer washer in my past... twice. And I used them, too.
I actually like the flamingos hiding in the spiky plants -- the color pop of pink & green. I suppose you could get a potted plant to put by the door and stick the flamingos in the planter. A plastic potted plant, of course, because you don't need to mess with watering a live plant...and they are plastic flamingos.
I'm with Red. The spiky plants give them a sense of mystery.Vw: barph - suave vomit?
Hmmm ... very nice. I like how your decorating prowess has moved outside now.
I suppose you could get a potted plant to put by the door and stick the flamingos in the planter.I've been telling my DIL that I'm gonna buy a potted palm for the verandah. I'm pretty serious about that, too. Is senility setting in?Lou: Flamingos ARE pretty mysterious creatures, aren't they?Kris: Thanks. I think. ;-)
When do the baby Flamingos arrive?
Just be polite... that's all I ask.