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You Can Fly

Found by Dianne Folkerth in Austin, Texas

Discovered on the lawn of the Texas Memorial Museum in fall 2001, while leaving work. At first I thought it an excited inference concerning select evolutionary adaptations of the Texas Pterosaur Quetzalcoatlus, inside the museum. Or maybe an enthusiastic decision on the burning supper issue: pizza vs. hot wings. But it’s so whimsical that it just has to be inspired by the wonder of flight in all its forms. May we all forever embrace flights of fancy, flights of imagination, flights of fantasy. “Think of a wonderful thought, any merry little thought, think of Christmas, think of snow, think of sleigh bells, off you go, like reindeer in the sky, you can fly! You can fly! You can fly!”