It’s a Sign

It all started when someone started seeing creatures in the sky. At night. As in “That’s a crab, and hey, there are two fishes. Wow! A lion and some scales.” Meaning that we ‘see’ things in the shapes that stars, clouds and even a piece of cheese on toast make in our imagination.

Ours is the above piccy of Christmas lights in our garden. (Click to make it bigger.) Me and Mrs P are arguing about its meaning. (Ignore the right-hand bit — those lights are on a different tree.)

I think it’s a ‘sign’ of southern Europe — there’s Spain on the left with Gibraltar at the bottom, a bit bigger than it should be and Italy in the middle not quite sticking its toe into the Med.

Mrs P argues that it’s Australia, albeit a mirror image with Tasmania on the left, not the right.

And it augers what? A holiday in Spain or one in Oz? It’s more likely to be Andalucia than the outback.

Nobody’s prefect. If you find any spelling mistakes or other errors in this post, please let me know by highlighting the text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

2 comments… Add yours
  • ginger_jesus 20th December 2004

    I'd go with Mrs P, and if you look at it from a diametrically opposite position to where you are now, all will be reversed and Oz will be revealed. Merry Christmas!

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  • Mosher 20th December 2004

    I think it looks like a dog (including the bit on the right). Cartoony, though. Big bum on the left, with the right being his head down, with his nose to the ground.

    I should get more sleep.

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