Today we had a handsome guest for lunch. I mean we had a guest come for lunch. Lunch was spicy green bean with seafood and rice. It was a table set for four as Michael from Second Use stopped by. Try www.seconduse.com for all your reclaimation needs.
We said our thanks as we sat for lunch because Ron is happy and healthy with only a few colorful bruises after an Icarus-like fall from the porch. Over the weekend, donning Tivas with white socks rather than wings made of wax and feathers, he leaned on some unsecured railing and met the ground a few seconds later.
Here are the highlights of the fall:
You can see it is with great fortune Haystack students are still able to meet Ron when he arrives with David in Maine on June 19th.
When in Maine, go to the Blue Heron Gallery, 22 Chruch Street, Deer Isle. David has two pieces there this summer when he is teaching at Haystack. See live and in person: “Colors” and “Accordion Box”, one of my personal favorites. Packing them up today to send, it was great to feel the weight of each piece in my hands. This is one of the absolute pleasures of my life, to see and be able to touch these wonderous things that David creates.
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