One Word Sunday: Odd

Debbie’s ‘One Word Sunday’ this week, is ‘Odd’. People can quite often have odd things at the bottom of their gardens. Some swear that they have fairies, but I remember an old children’s song which started, “There’s a worm at the bottom of the garden and his name is Wiggly Woo.” My neighbour across the water from us has something even odder than either fairies or a wiggly worm. Unbeknownst to her, there is an alligator happily sunning himself on the sandbank at the bottom of her garden.

He appeared to be sleeping with one beady eye on the look out for anything tasty passing by.

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56 comments on “One Word Sunday: Odd

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  2. If she only knew! Yikes. Long time no chat, my friend. My bad. I am updating some of my old posts, and came across an interview we had. I’m updating the link to your blog to this post. It looks like you still have your amazing sense of humor. Lots of love and happy Valentine’s Day. πŸ™‚ xxx

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  4. Probably not so odd where you live… if an alligator was seen in my neighborhood that would be truly odd… although we do have coyotes wandering the streets from the nearby hills so all pets need to be inside…. hmm, I wonder what a coyote/alligator encounter would be like!

  5. Interesting to see the alligator, they are smaller than most of the crocs I have seen in Africa and Australia. I noticed a crocodile in the middle of a golf course in Queensland…. that would put me off my game!

  6. I’ve known a few odd neighbours over the years, and know there are some you need to watch more closely than others. I would say, Sylvia, this would be one of them. πŸ™‚

  7. YIKES!!! I believe in fairies and I certainly believe in alligators. In my myth studies a couple of years ago, I came across the symbolism for alligators. I understand that because alligators live in the fresh waterways of rivers, marshes and lakes, they are symbols of healing. But I wouldn’t get too near one!

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