Tuesday, May 15, 2018

It's a Mad Mad World

This post is dedicated to my good blog friend The Madsnapper. Because there are a lot of places around here that would be perfect for her. First, we have The Mad House.

It is actually the recreation center for a bunch of apartments.


Recently, I discovered Madville. So it seems the whole city is quite mad.

“It is better to be a little mad than commonplace.”

 ~Victor Cherbuliez, Samuel Brohl and Partner


11 comments:

Linda said...

Ahhhhh!!! This is perfect for Sandra!!! You and I are awake but we both know SHE has been asleep for hours and hours! I can't wait for her to wake up and see your post!!!

Nancy Chan said...

It is a mad, mad world out there! Have a wonderful day, Ginny!

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

Count me in. I will settle fro mad as life is moreinteresting that way.

Ann said...

This is madly marvelous and perfect for our madsnapper friend.

Karen said...

I hope Sandra is just mad about your post lol

Chatty Crone said...

Well I am sharing it with Sandra - because my house is truly a MAD House! lol I need that sign. And Victor was right when he said “It is better to be a little mad than commonplace.”

MadSnapper said...

I did not know I have a house in VA, will be right there... looking for Scotty to beam me to MY house the MAD house... love it...i know i will never be commonplace, even though i have always wanted to me. Mad I YAM

DawnTreader said...

LOL Funny!!! ♥

Tamago said...

What a fun! Mad house and Madville!

Ann said...

I'm glad you got a chuckle from my rendition of Ernie Ford's song. It just hit me when I was standing there thinking those bags looked like a ton of work.
Madville looks a fun interesting place, it's always a little mad around here.
Ann

Ann said...

Oh I forgot you asked about plants--I have a few planted there. There's a poppy plant and another I can't recall the name. I usually sit pots of flowers on the mulch for color.
Ann

Riders On The Storm

The jet trail of a plane heading into a fearsome cloud! I was glad we were on firm ground only watching.