Wait. What sharks? This is a pool. With chlorine.
Someone had fun posting this sign.
Henry the Airedale as photographed by Granddaughter Anna
Just north of Columbus Ohio at the Easton Mall.
Our family enjoys building with Lego. I don’t like to step on it with bare feet, though! I’m am always happy to see things made out of Lego.
I saw a profile of a smiling dog.
How about this bowl? There’s a fly in your soup! What are these fun dishes, I asked?
Created by artist/ retired graphic designer Don Moyer. Read about how he took a classic Blue Willow plate “ The Calamityware series started in 2011 when I inherited a traditional, Willow-pattern plate and decided to sketch it in my notebook. I couldn’t resist the temptation to add a pterodactyl in the sky”
Check out the TCBW collection. That’s Things Could Be Worse
When was the last time you looked at a dish and laughed?
Complete with strand of nose hair peeking out from his snout?
I was making minestrone for the family.
This little potato caught my eye. Smiled at me.
Right in the parking lot.
Friday night McWalker Yarns hosts a Sip and Stitch Zoom meeting. A great way to connect during the Pandemic. While we were knitting and chatting, we started talking Halloween. One of our participants lives in Australia, so our evening meeting is her morning coffee time. Gayle was saying it will already be Halloween for her at next Friday Night’s Sip and Stitch Zoom meeting. I thought, wait I will don the mask that is on my dining room table. I sewed this costume for my son Mark in the early 80s.
So here I am sporting the ET mask and Gayle in Australia photographed me and sent it. With her gracious permission I am sharing her photo of me.
I “met” Gayle through the Woolswap program she runs, as well as many other knitters around the world, sharing fiber, creativity and inspiration with one another.
It’s me. You can see my knitted shawl peeking.
With a nod to Christopher Boffoli
Photographer and author of Big Appetites