Cartoon Caption Contest Winner, March/April 2012
And the Winner Is...
“His prayers for wings like a dove were answered. Too bad he didn’t ask for instructions.” Jane Congdon, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Thank you to all those who submitted caption entries for our March/April 2012 cartoon (see Psalm 55:6: “O that I had wings like a dove! I would fly away and be at rest!”). We are pleased to congratulate Jane Congdon of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, who wrote the winning caption.
“Sure doesn’t look like anyone from my side of the family.” Donna Franzen, Wilmington, North Carolina
“Someone needs to explain poetic imagery to this poor fellow.” Lawrence Farlow, Cumming, Georgia
“I think you are right, Gertrude. He is going to need both wings and a prayer.” Tim Shaver, Winter Park, Florida
“Whew! I just flew in from Babylon and boy are my arms tired!” David Pullen, Flemington, New Jersey
“Noah, next time send one of us to look for dry land.” Rev. Scott Tyring, Indianapolis, Indiana
“If ‘they shall mount up with wings like eagles,’ why does this one look like a turkey?” George F. Guild, Jr., Alexandria, Louisiana
“Well, he’s not the partridge in the pear tree.” Alice Johnson, Rochester, New York
“The use of simile in Hebrew poetry is totally lost on this bird brain.” Steve Klein, Athens, Alabama
“Looks like another flight of fancy to me.” Sid Martin, Tulsa, Oklahoma
“Whoever said ‘imitation is the best form of flattery’ never saw this guy.” Joseph Girouard, Falls Church, Virginia
“Now that’s not the Wright way to fly away!” JoAnn Porter, Brandon, Mississippi
“This is one project that will never get off the ground.” Chris Devries, Zeeland, Michigan