Getting Some Alone Time With The Scarecrow He Made 30 Minutes Ago

We came across this fellow yesterday at a fall fest, chilling with a scarecrow he’d just stuffed. Can’t really tell a gender on a it, but the bag over its head gave it the appearance of cat ears.

Conversation was minimal. No choruses of “If I Only Had A Brain.”

Later, a beanie-donning warlock came by to discuss the possibility of using witchcraft and sorcery to bring the ‘crow to life.

Or at least give it hands and feet.

11 thoughts on “Getting Some Alone Time With The Scarecrow He Made 30 Minutes Ago”

      1. Interesting. I only think of corn fields needing scare crows. I forget that the plant grows like corn. Sorghum! Super grain. Try cooking some thick cut bacon in some sorghum syrup. Yum

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  1. HA! on your title and the photo! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Personally I love scarecrows (and clowns), but I guess they are scary to some people.
    Every autumn in my Kindergarten classroom, the kids and I would make a man-sized scarecrow using crumpled up newspaper to stuff into jeans, a plaid shirt, gloves, boots. The kid’s would make a paper-bag face/head and we’d put a hat on it. Then I’d stand Mr. Scarecrow up in the back of the classroom. I had several people on the school’s cleaning crew tell me entering the room in the dark and catching that “figure” out of the corner of their eye always freaked them out at first. Eek! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
    HUGS!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

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