The Neighbours - click image to enlarge

The Neighbours

Ray and Penny where neighbours living just across the road. Ray stuck his mail box into an old milk can, that came from a local farmer. It weighed a ton, half filled with cement to keep it in place. In winter any mail box too close to the road and frozen into the ground would quickly become food for the snow plow. One morning getting the mail I noticed the Smiths mail box surrounded by hundreds of seeding dandelions blowing in the breeze and backlighted by the low angled sun. The Smiths are the same people who own the teddy bears sitting on the bench that I painted, titled "Friend".

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