Did I tell you I used to work for some Italian guy in Chicago who is a blacksmith/fabricator? Well I did. I liked it except for the huge Italian egos floating around everywhere. This stuff at Territory Days brought it all back.
Here is one of the designs I did for Michael:
Like I said, it was fun but would I want to do it again? Nah.
Cheryl called me last night to see if we wanted to come up and shop the Glen Eagle neighborhood yard sales...uh YEAH! I did a little better this time, got some tops and some cool vintage fabrics among other things. Jack got some camping dishes (new in box for $3) and a toaster lol.
Of course I got some pictures:
This guy was caught in a hail storm...OUCH!
Awe look...it's a Becky paper doll set!
And last but not least...Becky in the Alice in Wonderland chair...
There's a certain phenomenon out here that either freaks you out or fascinates you. I even saw it on "If Walls Could Talk" on HGTV once. It's the carving of names, dates and so on in the bark of aspen. It scars overs leaving a permanent message. A couple of days ago I found this tree.
I cropped it a bit and am using this bit to tell friends and family how I feel...
Here are some other examples I have gathered over the years
Wondering how I will tie in my 365 pic? The bulls on this tree is me. The top symbol stands for my friend Jaine from England who visited us in July 2007