Daily Archives: June 25, 2011
Well, I spent the past week creating today’s entry for Day 25. It took an entire week because I have fat stubby fingers which always seem to get in the way when I’m working with small, delicate items. For today’s work I return to ORIGAMI, the art of paper-folding combined with the art of flower arranging. The title is MISSOURI WILDFLOWERS …
The featured plants are wild primrose, bulrushes, and belladonna leaves. The arrangement is displayed on an antique linen handkerchief that belonged to my grandmother. (Early 1900′s)
… it was hard to get creatively inspired for Day 24, especially when I used up my lawn gnome a couple of weeks ago. But today’s post was inspired by the caveman who was being maligned in all the insurance commercials before they discovered geckos could talk. Having been dropped as an insurance shill, he had to step down a few rungs on the job skill ladder. Apparently he was hired by Home Depot to fill the cracks in the asphalt parking lot.
While his CRACK CREATIVITY shows definite cave painting skills, his crack filling skills shows his inability to keep the filler within the cracks. Alas poor caveman, though he might have been an ancestor of Picasso, he’s soon to be fired because he wasn’t smart enough to fill the cracks in a Home Depot parking lot.