Suz;I am the first to tell you that I loved your story. Mine is a little similar. I'll post tomorrow and I hope you'll visit me then.Have a great week.
suz, this was too funny!! you just proved to me what a wild imagination you have!! i hope to see lots more where that came from ;)
Not necessarily Budhdhas. Got a lot of Christians here in India. :) So we sell wood monks too.. :)Good one.Mine is up tooHave a nice weekChandana
I guess in India they could be any number of figures! The Hindus have thousands of deities...Very funny and thought provoking!
Nice take :-)
They do indeed look like bookends you'd see in the Dollar Store or Pier 1 Imports. Clever caption!
LOL! These came originally from Mexico, but I think I'd love a few book Buddhas to add to the collection - what a great idea!
LOL! Fun take on the pic for the day, Suz! Never know where you'll find these guys next! Have a great week! Sylvia
You mean things can come from some place other than China? ;)Well done.
Wish I could find these at the dollar store!Great one for this week, Suz! Have a good week ahead.
My mom loves dollar stores. I can just see her bringing some of these home . . .
brilliant..obviously they should have been Buddhas..just so you know, Suz, there is a Book Buddha...or known as Scholar Buddhahugsshakira
Book Buddhas! Too funny. This one left me grinning. Well done.
I must be a bit out of touch, I'd never heard of a book monk or buddhas. Funny, because I love dollar stores. Thanks for the smile. I'll be heading to my local dollar store soon!My MM: Afterlife T
wooden monks from india? they made me laugh :)
HA! this is a great story!I'm reading Life of Pi and a great bit of the story takes place in India. Awesome Micro Monday :)JM
You make me laugh. Those are some skinny book Buddhas. ha.
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