It goes down as one of those crazy road trip tales as the driver took that to mean, "Look out!" and proceeded to do some crazy road trip driving.
We can laugh about that now.
Now our homestead is nestled in the foothills of the Bradshaw Mountains and our little hamlet is entirely "open range."
|THAT is FUNNY!|
I don't know if you can see that; I tried to approximate what it might look like driving head first into a steer on a country road.
What does any of this have to do with art? It's the EIM this week, "cow."
That's from a child's search and find puzzle book that I found in my stash of piles of magazines. (Yeah, yeah, I need to do the dishes!).
Elsewhere, the objective is a lot of hearts for Saint Valentine's Day. For IAST 182:
For the Diva 303, my Valentine to you (I followed Laura's lead and went with the Hefty Hack method:
And I revisited 302 as I realized that I didn't have the hang of that tangle. At. All.
(The central tangle reminds me of Mummenschanz, which I saw at the Wang Theater, once upon a time. Have you ever been? They're still performing!)
I think that's about it, for now. Thanks for dropping by. Be sure to check out all the other artists' blogs, there is so much creativity in the weird wide web.
Hope you have a brilliant day! And watch out for cows!