Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Thursday Portrait.........



Happiness is....My front yard in bloom!!
And.....Can anyone guess ?
Peace..!!
Please don't forget to do your Friday 55 Boys and Girls...

27 comments:

Serena Joy said...

Pretty! The lawn looks great. Um, what is that in the second picture? I can't tell.:)

G-Man said...

hehehe...Sherry, probably no one outside of Michigan will get this symbolism, but I'll disclose it if no one can figure it out.. :)
xobgxo

S said...

What a lovely lawn. My guess it that it is one of those ugly cactus called hen and chicks.

My Thursday P is up and I am outa here for a few days, see you next week!

jillie said...

Chestnut!

jillie said...

HEY...where are YOU???? Are you the nut?

HHNT XO

javajazz said...

get a frickin' camera already,
will ya?

(and a sound card.)

buffalodickdy said...

Looks like a crushed Buckeye nut!( or a horse chestnut !)M go Blue!

G-Man said...

Hey Susie...
No 55 this week then huh!
Thats OK, your toe pic was pretty cool....G

Jillie Bean...
Technically you are right! But there is a deeper meaning to it..
Good Job!!!

Lisa Dear...
Does my pic really look that bad? ;(

G-Man said...

Buff!!!!!
You got it brother!!
Right On.....G

lime said...

the trees are in full bloom around here too. looks like some sort of seed in the second pic

James Goodman, Author said...

Great lawn, G-man. I'm glad someone guessed the second picture, 'cause I had no clue. :D

Mona said...

nuts? I could've never guessed...

The lawn looks great after the snow...

SignGurl said...

I love the smell of crushed nuts in the morning!!

And, yes, that picture is terrible! I thought it was something your dog left behind.

barman said...

I agree, I thought it was dog droppings but then, in a way, I suppose you could consider it that way. Go Blue. Crush them nuts.

Strumpet said...

I so thought it was a pile of dogshit too.

I still think it is.

=P

I think 'horse chestnut' is slang for manuere. How do you spell manure? There, the second time was right.

They use that to fertilize lawns, yes?

I'm kidding. I guess this is some sort of Michigan symbolism that I just don't understand, but I look forward to being enlightened later, Galen, when you explain the mystery to us!!

I admit that I am scared to click on that picture and look at it more closely.

xoxo

javajazz said...

i swear i was gonna say
it depends what "it" is,
and then i saw Signgurl's comment
who said what
i really wanted to say
which is...well,
you get the idea...
hell, i'll send you my camera...
i never post anyway...
xocamerasoundcardxo

javajazz said...

(i hadnt thought of the
crushed nuts in the morning,
but now that i think of it...
ya, that too.)

javajazz said...

ya, it kind of looks like
something they take out
after an operation or something...
maybe it'll look a bit better
in a few weeks or something...
maybe you could get it removed.

SeaRabbit said...

Isn't comforting to see everything getting green and lively again??
HHNT!

Akelamalu said...

Lovely Lawn. Is that a busted conker (horse chestnut)?

My 55 is scheduled to post at 6am Friday. I am going away so will catch up with everyone's 55's on Monday when I get back. x

Akelamalu said...

Just to say I didn't read any comments before I posted - so I guessed right about the conker!

javajazz said...

it just looks so...so dirty.
i'm sorry, i just cant see chestnut there.
pretty much everything else but...

Strumpet said...

A busted conker?

:)

S said...

Chestnuts roasting on a open fire of burning dog poop?

:P

G-Man said...

Hahahaha...
You guy's crack me up!!
Thanks everyone for making me laugh out loud!!
You are all wonderful friends..
I just got back from having a few brews with my friend Alex, and Ned's brother Tom. We were at the Family house reminiscing about our late friend...
I'm running short of time, and I have to post my 55...Later!!

tsduff said...

I decided it looked vaguely like a buckeye. I got one from a witch one time but it was whole.

Great post :)

LN- Nickers and Ink said...

Looks like a crushed chestnut to me.

Happy Spring!

Linda
Nickers and Ink

BRING SPRING, at Nickers and Ink