Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Sometimes, The Wheel is on Fire

Monday, March 24, 2014

The Egregious Egg Egression

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. But a horrible winter.


This is clearly a case for the people at Mysterious Mysteries. Last week, the last of the snow finally melted in our front yard, revealing a single egg. Slightly cracked, yet not dented, its yolk remains intact inside although its white spilled out and dried to the grass.

It sat maybe halfway between our house and the street, beside our walkway. We certainly hadn't opened any egg containers on the way into the house. And there were no eggs in anyone else's yard on our street. So where did it come from? What does it mean?

Did a migrating bird lay it mid-flight?
Was it the result of a mischievous teen with atrocious aim?
Has our son's secret plant-an-egg project finally begun to bear fruit?
Is it a warning from the chicken mafia?

I have no idea. But just to be safe, I think I'll lay low for a while.

4 comments:

  1. ...was your house egged at any point?
    Or, more exciting, maybe an animal was carrying and dropped it, like a fox or something

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    1. Interestingly enough, my car was egged back in September. Again, a single egg. Hmm, it seems the teenager (and/or fox) is on a biannual schedule.

      I'm on to you, sadistic egg-wielding being, so watch out! I'm ready for you... to arrive in another 6 months.

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  2. The Easter Bunny tried to get a head start and got caught in a blizzard.

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    1. I've told him time and again not to take Santa's sleigh out in inclement weather without enough practice behind the reins beforehand. Silly rabbit.

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