10 February 2012

destruct-o box experiment update 2



Well, its been nearly a month since the last update I posted.

We got a whole lot of nothin' to report. Zip. Zero. Nada. (I swear I'm not re-posting the same photo over and over again.)

Please note the incredibly out-of-place green grass in the background. I expect that is the thing that is allowing the box to remain unchanged.

It makes me kind of twitchy. I'm considering burying it. Duct tape it to the inside of a trash can. Smear peanut butter on it and throw it in a pen with puppies. Anything to cause some kind of change to it.

*sigh* I guess I had hoped for something more dramatic. Instead its as exciting as reading the tax law.

I may have to take more drastic measures....


7 comments:

Jean Baardsen said...

Please don't harm it - it's done nothing to deserve your wrath! :o)

Took said...

Burying it seems like a really intriguing experiment.

Leann said...

Be grateful for a mild winter, bury it this spring, and see what grows.

gatheredthreads said...

Birdseed to welcome some critters might help it along?

Deborah Boschert said...

I think bird seed is a really fun idea. Try some sunflower seeds and the squirrels will come investigate.

Oma's Patch said...

You must be the reason we are having a mild winter. Nature is conspiring against you on this project.

Judi Hurwitt (Approachable Art) said...

Lynn, this is great, really made me giggle... and I agree, fill it with bird seed- trust me, you'll see plenty of changes to it!