The Art of
Wait! Wait! I'm not even a quarter of the way through the last thread!
Only just got up to Stringer Davis's limerick ending with "Vermeereal Disease!" That's a real Muldoon-challenger.
I opened the blog and immediately thought, "what's that smell?" Then I saw the painting.
"Ah!" I thought. "I'm still in time for the morning report."
Then I refresh the page to be sure, and, lo, no, it's the art report.
** dang! stuck with a banned AT&T IP again -- try #2 to comment: **
Morning, Glories, what's left of it.
Water looks cold.
Dat wymmon she gon' have some perky nips.
Hi, y'all. Just woke up and waiting on coffee to brew...
oh! oh my!
* hands over eyes *
Pardon me, ladies, didn't mean to intrude on your privacy!
New recording, old recordings, whatever I can find to pad this out
You thought you were leading? Just try to keep up!
Auguste Toulmouche, Sweet Doing Nothing, 1877
Oh, my! That's an image I'll bet ol' Poppins could go for! Rightly so!
In the early 1970s, unaware that "Choice Not an Echo" was hers, I only knew of Schlafly as some lunatic who thought if we passed the ERA we would be forced to have unisex bathrooms, just like we ha
ALH #140: Nice painting, if historically inaccurate. Jesus didn't make alcoholic wine, he made what was known as "new wine" or grape juice....
bluebell #127: I suspect we are looking at that moment in time right before the miraculous wine is handed round. That's why Jesus looks so pensive; He knows that This Is It.
troyriser #100: I see nowhere in Scripture where Jesus, in a rare moment of whimsy, transports the entire wedding party to the 16th Century.
Just clicked on the pic and examined the bigger version up close. Nobody is smiling and some people look positively sour-pussed. I conclude this is before they rolled out the good wine.
Cana - it was one heck of a party, especially after they rolled out the better wine.
You'll Be Older, Too - Birthdays, Art, faith, love, and online discussions. Bonus tracks with Sarah Smith and Majic Clark
In relation to artwork, mentions of finding...
cat: 0 (cat vomit, but not actually cat)
It's like I don't know you anymore, horde!
...and that is how John lost his dome?
...That Herod was really a gnome?
...a limerick ain't a real pome?
* sigh *
There was a young gal named Salome,
Who danced for her daddy at home.
Her daddy, quite pickled,
By her dance was tickled...
Unfinished limericks, 15¢
Noises intended to be music, croakings intended to be song, premiere episode of a threatened series
Because it's such a distance shot, it's hard to tell: are their dour expressions because they're about to do it or because they just did?
Palpatine #234: Sacred and profane love. One of each, to go, please. ....
Only sold as a set. Because, haha, they're one gal.
Profane while dating.
It's not often that Waldo is just standing there, so obvious. Where's the challenge?
Couldn't see the mirror well enough. Searched for a better version.
Does that piano stool look kinda low, and uncomfortable, to anyone else?
Morning, Glories. Now to read the post...