Ask a Stupid Question Day is Coming–September 28
Posted by lindamartinandersen on September 2, 2012
“Ask a Stupid Question Day is Coming–September 28” by Linda Martin Andersen
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Today, I was riding through downtown Fayetteville, North Carolina when something unusual caught my eye. I began asking questions…
In honor of Ask a Stupid Question Day: 28 (Last School Day of the Month), I have some rather stupid questions for you…
1. Have you ever seen a life-sized cow dressed in an Army Airborne uniform with a parachute over its head? I have.
2. Why was this cow outside the Wells Fargo Bank in Fayetteville, NC? (To be researched)
3. Who decorated this cow? (To be researched)
4. Is this cow part of a fund-raiser? (To be researched)
5. Is this cow to be auctioned? (To be researched)
After I Googled the key words about a cow outside Wells Fargo in Fayetteville, NC, I learned that there is a Cow Parade going on. Local artists entered 81 painted and costumed cows for the parade in the triangle area of North Carolina. To learn more, research this site.
See A. Cow below:
I went back to the site and took some photographs of A. Cow, the Airborne entry. Look for something you can photograph in your area for Stupid Question Day (September 28). Please share a comment about your experience. Have fun.
Copyright © 2012 Linda Martin Andersen
Next up: Meet Laura Reeves, an art teacher who encourages creativity–
September 10, 2012
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