Sometimes I just need to get out of the office and clear my head. A short 20 or 30 minute walk during my lunch break is usually a perfect way to relax.
It looks like someone was doing some target practice here?
I have not been able to figure our how this bus ended up in the middle of the woods?
“Morality, like art, means drawing a line someplace.”
– Oscar Wilde
About Oscar Wilde
Oscar Wilde, the clever, colorful Anglo-Irish writer, is best known for the play The Importance of Being Earnest and the novel The Picture of Dorian Gray. He was born in Dublin in 1854 but left when his lady love became engaged to Bram Stoker. He was a leading member of the aesthetic movement and embraced its doctrine, “Art for art’s sake.” Though married with two children, Wilde was known to have affairs with younger men and was jailed in 1895 for “gross indecency.” He died in November 1900.
About six years ago I took a feather making class. This past week I invited a friend to my shop and we decided to take the feathers to the next level.These lovely feathers are about 2 1/2 feet long and are made of copper and aluminum.
The one on the yellow wall is mine and the one on the blue wall is Brad Isley’s.
These lovely Feathers are only $300 each.
“Inspiration usually comes during work, rather than before it.”
– Madeleine L’Engle
About Madeleine L’Engle
American author Madeleine L’Engle is best known for her young adult novels (including the Newberry Medal winner A Wrinkle in Time), which weave science and fantasy into sprightly adventure tales. She was born in New York in 1918. After her marriage to actor Hugh Franklin, they opened a general store and raised three children in a New England town. She has written more than 40 books. She spent her last years in New York as the librarian and writer-in-residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. She died in September 2007.