Yellow Ribbon

They can’t all be yesterday’s photo. :P

This was for the monthly scavenger hunt‘s category, “She Wore a Yellow Ribbon.” I admit to not being as inspired as I would have liked. Hopefully a bit of creativity in getting some motion going makes up for this. I took the croquet finish peg (the multi-colored stake in the background from yesterday’s photo) and tied a ribbon to it. Then I held it out over the car and drove around with the sun roof open and hoped something good would happen.


  1. # 1 fan says:

    You’ll have to skype me with that muppet cheer, so I get the full effect.
    Did you statistically crunch the #s to get that?

    AND, after looking at the other yellow ribbons, I have to say your’s is quite inspired…..
    as they say in your neck of the woods: live free; I mean, blow free… :)

  2. I don’t know what yellow ribbon you were talking about but the one above is definitely inspired! Funny how there is the not glamorous process that happens behind the scenes and we only get the nice finished product. It’s a good picture.

  3. Once I have heard about the beautiful story of oak trees and yellow ribbon,I do think yellow ribbon is a symbol of good luck.

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