Before I knew I was going to have Edith
we had to fill up about...
6 of these? That dang hot water heater was
And we all know how expensive plumbing can be right?
so when you can make use of existing plumbing it's a great thing
as in...old potty spot...new potty
and I always say....don't scrimp on art in the water closet
Interesting story...we found this old oil on canvas..unsigned
while moving a cabinet at Zulu Art Gallery
~on the day of the Tsunami~
actually, it was one painting (that I absolutely loved)
but I thought the subjects were not in proportion
so I had it cut into two paintings and framed them alike
I fell in love with the colors and I will never forget finding them behind the counter on that sad day
Sunday, December 26, 2004
the one on the left looks like Edith to me
We purchased this on the cobble streets of Rome
long before I ever hoped to hang it here
I just love the texture and colors
I love to collect sea shells
The black sand and sea glass came from Santorini
this jar is a wine decanter filled with such precious memories of taking
Mattie on her dream vacation after graduating highschool with a 102 GPA
and entering Texas A&M as a Sophomore
we let her choose the destination
we thought she'd choose Disneyland
she had seen Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants
I brought this brain coral home from Punta Cana
I stepped on it and have been having heel pain ever since
art can be in many forms would you agree?
this roof tile was on the beach also...maybe washed ashore from some long ago hurricane...
did the house it came from ever think its tile would live in my home?
do houses think?
since you are naked, you get to live here for a while
until my money priority is such that you become authenticated as a treasure
at which time
you might move to
So there you see...a very teeny weeny tiny spot
can be so full of
art, texture, color, hopes and memories
and most of all