I have to tell you how wonderfully you guys critiqued
I couldn't have come up with all that myself!
You did the thing I needed you to do and
it was great. Thank you.
Catching up with my etsy shop today...
you might be the first to see these treasures!
This wonderfully shabby and chic
lace-covered coat hanger is definitely
one of a kind.
It is to be hung on a doorknob
sans clothing, just because
it is that vintage lovely with
it's little aqua satin bow.
You are looking down the snout of
an old worn and loved oil can.
I love mantiques. You?
I told you recently that we'd return to this book
for a little read.
(sit down if you don't mind, I'll do better.)
"If wisdom's way you wisely seek,
five things observe with care;
To whom you speak; of whom you speak;
And how, and when and where."
Did I ever tell you that when I was a child I couldn't say
I said "hoat canger".
I have to fight it still.
I'm pretty sure it is genetic because my
mother says such things as "show snowers"
and I have a nephew who said "lap chick"
noooo, he was being naughty...that was
his way of saying "chapstick".
I'd bet Edwin Garner, Jr. was a good boy...
unless his mother wrote his name in
fancy script inside his book, which
is probable, because that is some legible
business right there.
I haven't written anything but my name in years.
Is that wrong?
At least I know what it is, ha!
It's Puddin' 'n Tane.