Saturday, February 5, 2011

You Gotta Love The South Part II

Hello friends.....
Remember this guy?
This dedicated Confederate lives around the corner from me. I did a little post on him last year and you can revisit him here.


Just as I managed to save up the required $50.00...


I see this ....
Guess running a whole Confederacy is a harder job than he thought

Oh well......there is always the handyman business.

PS...what the heck is Leafrakeing??

Until next time...be kind and stay creative.

17 comments:

Gretel said...

I had to google Confederate, almost wished I hadn't, there are some very *odd* sites out there...so, a good old globally minded chap then?

Leafrakeing - rather bad German white wine. ;)

Kathleen Grace said...

Lol, Oh my.

Robert said...

haha! I Googled 'leafrakeing' and TheEmptyNest popped up!

Danielle said...

Ha! Maybe good ol' Craig will take some spelling and grammar lessons when he is elected president?

Snappy Di said...

Will be interesting to see how long it takes before he lowers the price to $45.00.

Di
LOL

Leslie said...

This is so funny! I see similar southern-isms on signs from time to time here too. We always get a good giggle out of it! LOL

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TheBeasKnees said...

OMG, this is hilarious!

pink and green mama MaryLea said...

Too funny!! I just snarfed my tea ; )

Marie said...

OK so he only wants to work on two streets? Interesting. I'll pass for membership in this organization; however, I am sure that 'leafrakeing' is some kind of Swedish delicacy served only on bad hair days.

Hugs - Marie

Annette said...

Hmmm...I hope the leafrakeing isn't intended to disrupt any activity on Lovers Lane! It's great to have such amusing neighbors!

Julie Bull said...

Lol, this gave me a good laugh, thank you!

Hines-Sight said...

That's funny, Jane!

We have this mobile home on the country road that takes us to our sub-dvision entrance, and they have a minature statue of libery in their yard. We have a similiar person as your man who also lives on that street. He used to put handpainted model airplanes in his trees. Funny! We live in a city too, but the "county" part of the city because we have an acre lot.

Hines-Sight said...

oops. I left the "t" off your name, and said, Jane. Sorry. I meant Janet.

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Kelly Ann said...

at least he didn't write...Snowblowering....
xoxo

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