Should I Warn the Neighbors?

Green grass grows from my newly thawed yard. Smoke bombs and backyard craziness to follow…
Have a beautiful weekend, everyone! πŸ’πŸŒ·πŸŒΊπŸŒΌπŸ’•πŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‰πŸ€£

TANYA CLIFF

β€œShould I warn the neighbors?”

We are lighting a smoke bomb today. I’m good at this. If the wind is favorable, the smoke will travel to the top of the old, oak tree that towers over my driveway. No one called the fire department in a panic last time. The man across the street lingered in his own driveway sweeping leaves that didn’t exist just so he could watch, but we avoided the sirens and red and blue lights.

Still, it’s a dilemma. Do we alert people or not?

This time we are shooting a stop-motion video in Barbie-doll scale. The smoke bomb for this shoot is full, human-sized. I could engulf a pink, plastic convertible many times bigger than the one my Ken doll occupies. That is a lot of smoke. It should make for a good sequence of stop-motion pictures, unless I am engulfed in smoke too, in…

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20 thoughts on “Should I Warn the Neighbors?

    1. Hahaha
      Last time, I ended up with puddles of stage blood splattered in the yard. It’s mostly sugar and food coloring, and I had to keep fight to keep the white neighbor cat out of it. He would have frightened them to death if he had returned home covered in that. πŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‰πŸ˜†

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  1. I would say that depends on the neighbors. But in general, it is always good to notify them before time.
    As for the kids, we have to keep things fresh and interesting. It will be these little moments that they will treasure later on in life.

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  2. I wish I had a neighbor like you that thought of others!
    If it isn’t toxic then I wouldn’t.
    I wish my neighbors would warn me when they sprayed their yards with pesticides.
    Artistic displays need no warning. Others can fake rake and watch!!!

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    1. I am fortunate to have neighbors who think I am funny and don’t mind the occasional cloud of smoke drifting down the street. 🀣 The pesticide thing would drive me crazy. Most of my neighbors think “green”. I am grateful.

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      1. I think mine got used to me doing yoga in my bathing suit about 10 years ago, and the obnoxious belting out of broadway songs they tolerate too! I just wish i’d get a heads up on the pesticide spray and we’d be good to go

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