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.