Is this the complete design or is the egg head part missing? And the blue-coated pole on the side resembles more of a tap-dancing cane than anything else. Do you think it’s clear to the mailman where the post has to be placed?
So, if you happen to pass by this, look out for eggshells scattered on the ground. If the king’s men couldn’t put him together, maybe the mailman could.
Green Fish Gorgeous
We have a feeling that someone might have got the whole scenery wrong here. Maybe confused the plots? Maybe the lighthouse at the end of the mailbox row confused someone and they had mistaken the fields of nothing for the ocean?
So, next time someone feels the urge to use nature's elements, do us a favor. Get the scenery right.
Use Your Left Over for Everything
So, it's spring cleaning time, you have found your grandmother's bag of wool and in honor of her memory, you are looking for something to create, that will stay around for good and will remind you of her every time you look at it.
So now, every time you go out to get your post, you will remember your grandmother, and what a real sheep she was.
The original version of this mailbox was actually pretty cool. It was a plain black box, with a rooster on top, announcing the mailman's arrival. Simple, different, and blended in well with the scenery. Out came the kids, and what have we here?
The juvenile decor is apparently a big thing these days. The more colors, the better. The less logic behind the elements, well that's the way it works. We understand the kids wanted to create a mailbox zoo, however, maybe some guidance was needed.
So, you've gone down to the seashore with the kids and decided to collect some shells. You find big ones and small ones, long ones, and curved ones, and you find yourself at the end of the day with a bucket full of shells asking yourself what on earth are you supposed to do with them now.
That's easy. Just glue them all onto your mailbox, and voila. A piece of art has been created!