|entry, mixed media postcard|
Click here for Hall & Oates, After the dance.
then click back on this blog tab or here to listen as you browse, or not?
Artist & friend Norma did it again.
I sometimes rack my brain for some little blog blurb,
and nothing surfaces. And, nothing on the mental horizon!
But thank goodness for Norma.
Norma reads my silly blog almost daily
& luckily for me, she often has a comment.
Norma liked yesterday's smile ...
Norma said: "Love the smile! My brother used to call my homemade biscuits hockey pucks, guess they were a little hard!"
This made me laugh & then I remembered & replied:
"Thanks Norma! I once burned pancakes on one side,
so put the burnt side down & served them
to 4 year old Erin (the future WW).
She turned them over & said, black pancakes Mom? Really?"
Then Norma replied: "Really funny!
Another bad cooking story.
We use to have a very sensitive smoke detector
and sometimes it would go off if I was cooking.
One day Stacy had a friend over & they were playing
in her room & the smoke detector went off.
She told her worried friend,
Oh, it's only my mom cooking!
Took a long time to live that one down."
I apologize, I posted this commercial with the wrong times!
I must learn to proofread before posting!
Thank goodness Judy Todd caught my mistake.
Here's the correction:
Catalyst is an art space dedicated to promoting art appreciation
and education as well as building a community for enthusiasts
of all ages to create, discuss, learn and showcase their work.
Mix Media Marathon
Thursdays, June 8 - 29, 2017 -- 10:00AM to 1:00PM
During this collage and mix media workshop with Jacki Long you will play with a variety of materials and techniques.
Each week is a new adventure. Collage & paint in a mini journal, play with paint, markers, and more on canvas, make postcards, and create a magic book with heavyweight watercolor paper.
REGISTRATION: $45 per session, or $160 for the series.
All materials provided, and fun!
Limited seats are available for these classes, so sign up today!
A smile for Monday ...