Bail Out

Help is on the way, Kermie.

Kermie?

You’re not dead, are you, Kermie?

HEEEEEEEEELP!

©Pat Coakley 2008

PHOTOGRAPHS CANNOT BE USED WITHOUT WRITTEN PERMISSION

Advertisements

9 comments on “Bail Out”

  1. Its not easy being green…..

  2. If I can take Ambers’ comment one step further- it isn’t easy KEEPING green.

    Who will be the next Jim Henson to lift all of us symbolic Kermies up and over this disgraceful abyss we’ve been led into!!

    Talk about a for real puppet government- ye gaads the last 8 years.

  3. When we had a dog, she got ahold of our Kermit the Frog and gave him a lobotomy. He was never the same after that.

  4. It isn’t being green, Amber nor keeping green, BL but just imagine how hard Kermie’s life would be with a dog owned by S.Le! Another brutal day here. Come to think of it a lobotomy sounds like a good thing.

  5. I would rather a bottle in front of me than a frontal labotomy.

  6. What an encouraging repertoire of choices here – lobotomy vs. a bottle.
    With poor Kermie being a green metaphor for the dollar, I’m starting to dilute my watercolors more – water is still cheaper than pigment :-&

  7. Poor Kermie *sniff* did he break a leg or survive the fall… WAIT is he just excited to see you so he rolled around on the floor? Yers, that’s it isn’t it!

  8. NKGee, you gave that up, remember?

    Nava, I like your strategy: water is cheaper than pigment. I think I’m gonna post in the future about “tips” from frugal artists!

    SF: Yers, that’s it, Pollyanna! I like your version better.

  9. Funny. Recently I started singing The Rainbow Connection out of nowhere. A few people looked at me strangely. That would be my family. Anyway, every time I hear that song it reminds me of Kermie. Oh – and also, Monsieur gave me a birthday card with Miss Piggy on it this year. I’m really not sure quite how to take that! (woops – I almost did a smiley winky thing…)


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: