Saturday, October 2, 2010

Hummmm

Can you figure out what this is? I'm not gonna' tell ya until the next post.

But here's the deal; guess what it is and give me an imaginary story line to go with it. Just a sentence or two, but must be in the Halloween genre.

The winner gets a little Halloween decoration prize.

So let your imagination fly, just try!

"I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus." Philipppians 3:14

At the end, I want that final prize of seeing Jesus. Wonder what other things He has in store for all His children?

Photo:karenevans

16 comments:

Kathy C. said...

It's obviously a disguised opening into Narnia but not sure what kind of creature made it. Perhaps a small mammal (or small child) being pursued by something much larger?

Janna Qualman said...

It's a tree stump. Poised just so for the snagging of kids' feet, for pulling them down and hugging them close, all the while whispering the truth in their ears.

Fun, Karen!

Parsley said...

If one looks closely, they will see this is a miniature bridge hosting a miniature troll underneath. He will give you a trick if you don't give him a treat!

Jean Wise said...

I think it is a petrified Florida alligator that once a year on Halloween night returns to life to eat people who write blogs! Look out Karen, he may be after you!

IanH said...

To me, it looks like an alligator, or baby croc. I don't think I would want to poke it though.

alicia said...

I think it's a tree root and on Halloween when it is dark and someone trips on it they are transported to another world inside the tree's root. The battle between good and evil is going on in there and the rest of the world revolves around that trees life.

Karen said...

Oh, my goodness, ya'll ARE good! I love all these ideas. Good fodder for writing, I'd say. Love it.

Hilary said...

It looks like a root in the shape of an alligator.. covered in bark. I've never heard an alligator bark but I'll bet it sounds rather ruff.

Jeanette Levellie said...

I think it's a petrified tree, fallen on it's side. I couldn't find an eye or leg, or I would've said an alligator. No contest for me, please. Let the others win.

Jennie Allen said...

Giant lizard?

THE OLD GEEZER said...

I go with a rotten gator carcass or a rotten tree stump. :-)

Clella said...

All I could find was the remnants of the witches' fire from the night before. I had no other evidence to support my story.

Karen said...

These are all so good, how am I going to decide? I'll let ya know tomorrow! Hurry, there's still time for a little "goodie."

Anonymous said...

I am doing research for my university paper, thanks for your excellent points, now I am acting on a sudden impulse.

- Laura

Nick said...

This is clearly the burnt out shell of an alien spacecraft that recently landed with the intent to kidnap Alan Grayson in order to learn about humans by studying Florida politics. Moments after Grayson had been transported aboard and began giving them his standard stump speech, the aliens were so unsettled and disorientated that they crashed their vehicle. Grayson scurried away, shaken but unstirred

Karen said...

Laura, thanks for stopping by, and good luck on your paper.

Nick, you are too funny! My hubbie lol, too. Thanks so much for stopping by.