Thursday, September 18, 2008

Friday Cemetery Blogging


Happy Friday!

I've been enjoying your nunsensical comments on the previous post. And Cynthia is exactly right - my nuns are part of a nun chuck set!! As a long-time Archie McPhee fan, I should have realized that myself. (Your Sunday School sounds a lot like my office, Cynthia.)



Anyone doing anything fun this weekend? I plan to spend as much of it as possible in a Benadryl induced haze. Corn harvest is here again. If I survive the snot, I'm hoping to do some painting, too. I need practice.



Last weekend Katie and I hooked up with my parents and the Jonboys. We toured the house/studio of a local artist - Kenneth Wyatt. He's become hugely successful and has a gorgeous home and incredible studio. As we made our way outside, Katie took a final longing look at the exquisite gardens and said "You need to quit your job, Rachel, and just do paintings. That way we can live in a house like this!"



Yeah. Well... Her confidence is endearing, although highly misplaced. But, what the hell - maybe I'll buy a new canvass tomorrow...

8 comments:

Presbyterian Gal said...

Where on earth did you find the Cybermen cemetary? Very cool.

And that Katie. You know kids are still not grown up enough yet to lose their clairvoyance till they hit 17 or 18. Just sayin'.

ElastiGirl said...

that Katie's a smart girl!!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

I just LOVE how our kids see us!

Like this pic!

SpookyRach said...

Yep, definitely cybermen burial grounds, PG.

ashes to ashes, rust to rust...

DogBlogger said...

We have a big honkin' Wyatt in our office. It was a commissioned work many years ago when somebody was under the impression we had money. Or gave us the money to commission it. Or something.

Hot Cup Lutheran said...

i knew i recognized his name... yup. seen his stuff. cowboys... giddy up!

giddy up yerself rach... life's too short to not buy a new canvas!!!!

Gator World!! said...

I totally think that you can do it! What the heck, if it doesn't work then you can just have the government bail you out...like AIG. See, there you go there's a back up plan.

JenStar said...

Go for it! Why not? Do you have a barn or some little shed on your property? If not, you need one to convert to a studio or get an old camper or one of those metal freight boxes. Do it!