Monday, September 17, 2007

Heads or Tails: Heads at the Bread & Puppet

The Bread & Puppet in Glover, Vermont is known for the giant heads on its puppets. Many of the puppets protest war and the corporate monoliths that control a lot of this world. So when I see a happy story in the museum portrayed by the giant puppets, I take a photo of it. These three women are playing music in their small street band.

Now why did I choose "heads" for my photo? Because I am a nitwit. I checked out Skittles's blog today at work and I read the theme for the week: keys. Being in a hurry (as I always am), I focused on the word "heads." I know, now, that I saw the word "keys," but my brain just grabbed "heads" as the theme and ran with it. I pondered all afternoon about which photo to post and decided on this photo from Labor Day weekend when all my kids were here.

Perhaps somebody can make a connection between this photo and keys? I hope so! I work all day and teach a college class on Tuesday nights, so please be patient. I will visit each of you late Tuesday night and on Wednesday night. Have a great day and thank you for visiting!

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12 comments:

  1. You're so funny!!! :)

    Um.. they need a KEY to open up every morning!

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  2. The head is the key to the body? I gave it a try. LOL

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  3. LOL! You could argue that the head of any organization is the key to it? And that the folks in your pic are all company bosses, and therefore, keys? Have a great week!

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  4. Hey, I think it's a great post! You left it up for interpretation by the reader as to how the head is the key ;-)

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  5. The key to success is reading the directions, thoroughly.

    My son learned this the hard way when he failed his ALA exam last year.

    I like the picture.

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  6. Too funny! The 'key' to reading this post is to figure it out for yourself! :)

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  7. Guess you meant to say, when you have three heads in one place there is no need room for keys? :D

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  8. LOL! This made me grin. Have a great week!

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  9. I thought your post was very good anyway. Oh, they look as though they are playing in the same "key". Hows that? :)

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  10. How about the fact that the puppets are "key" players in the social commentary of performers! :)

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  11. That's so cute. You're not an idiot. You keyed in on the fact that Skittles called "Heads". Keep Enjoying Yourself :)

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