No Parties No Parades
This year all parades and parties were cancelled. We had to play at home, with green things.
Actually, we usually stay at home on St. Patrick's Day. It really wasn't that different.
But it was just weird and sad to know why people were staying home. I do not like this Coronavirus stuff at all.
Sending Green Kisses to everyone!
When on a walk in Montgomery, Beth stopped to look at two dog statues. She posed me, right between the dog's ears.
I kind of like posing on statures. It gives me a different perspective. I get to see what the statue sees.
At first, the dog statues looked peaceful and relaxed. But I think they were really on guard, ready to pounce on anyone approaching the grand mansion. Beth and I decided not to hang around.
A Friendlier Statue
In another part of town I found a statue that I liked better
This statue had a kind face and a fun little handbag. I climbed right up and looked around.
I looked down the street, just like Rosa Parks would have 65 years ago. When she waited for the bus, what was she thinking?
Rosa Parks was not a large or loud person. But people took notice, when Ms. Parks refused to give up her seat on the bus. I felt lucky to spend a little time with the First Lady of the Civil Rights! She helped me feel a little braver and stronger!
My mom gave me this tiny bear over 25 years ago... because I like small things.