This reminds me of "Water for Elephants"...(the book, haven't seen the movie)
How exciting! Did you know their training grounds are in Sarasota, Florida? They even have a museum which I've been to many times.
My mind is racing with what life must be like on that train. My fantasies might be better than the reality, but I hope not. That must have left a smile on your face all day. So nice to see the lushness in your yard!
Every little thing! I've always like that, Susan. :)
a circus train .. oh what fun .. before I read Christine's comment above I thought the very same thing .. my mind is racing just imagining what is inside!! what a cute little cottage!
Ι Love any word and all photos of this post!Emotional, true, beautiful!
oh that train....i would have loved to have gone in, too.....and knowing me, i would have asked...then begged :)isn't that our circus? that originates here in wisconsin? or maybe i'm delirious.....LOL
i love your chalk wisdomsplayed out on sidewalk.i'd love to climb aboard a circus train, too,but think I'd be too saddened by the animal's livesthat have lost their muchness in their servitude.Something awfully cruel about a circus animal's life, it always seemed to me. Even as a kid, I couldn't enjoythe clowns because the captive elephants made me cry.Life on a train, however, seems outrageous and wonderful.Reminds me a little of The Boxcar Children.-Jennifer
I've ridden my bike past that very train in that very spot! It was fun to see again when I'm so far away from Colorado. And I love the sidewalk inspiration too. Fun post!