Monday, December 04, 2006

When the Bough Breaks

The old oak tree may never be the same again. It is certainly not where I left it.

7 comments:

Troll Hunter said...

Nothing sadder than a dead Ent.

Doris said...

Oh no! I never considered the Ent possibility. Poor old Treebeard. He's going the same way as the miracle ash log, I'm afraid.

Anonymous said...

May be God's cat was stuck up it. love Cornflake

Boz said...

Oh dear. Did the Volunteers run out of cakes again?

Doris said...

Hello Cornflake! I like the idea of God striking down trees to get his cat back. That would explain a lot about natural disasters.

Well, Boz, the volunteers can be a force to be reckoned with when roused, it's true.

Anonymous said...

I'm going to explain every natural disaster in terms of god's cat from this moment on.

All this wind is getting a bit creepy. We had a tornado (!) up the road a few weeks back. In fact! There was a tornado a few miles from me a few years back too, that time when I was home in Birmigham. They're following me round! And it'll be third time unlucky I bet.

Perhaps I nearly ran over God's cat once.

Doris said...

Well, as theories go, it makes a change from Schrödinger's cat.

If you are being stalked by high winds you'd better hang on to your hat....