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The seven foot tall chainsaw sculpted wizard

2018-08-23 - In plain view somewhere in Metcalfe County, KY - Photo by Carol Perkins.
When my good friend (whose name I will withhold for fear someone might question her sanity) sent me a picture of her seven-foot wooden statue of a wizard, I didn't know what to say. "Oh, what a lovely piece of yard art?" I couldn't bring myself to lie. She didn't wait for me to comment; she needed to explain, "You know what a Harry Potter fan I am." Yes, I knew. Probably the only books she's read in the last ten years have been those (self-proclaimed non reader that she is). My only question was, "Where did you find such a piece?" I wanted to ask if it was left along the roadside. - CAROL PERKINS

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