Hello and welcome my pretty.
Lunch was a small affair with David, Ron and yours truly having a quiet sit-down before Ron left for his other job at the hospital. Lasagna, caesar salad and rustic bread with bruchetta were on the table and quite appreciated.
It was a beautiful weekend in Seattle, no? It’s time to get out those white summer socks and Tivas!
Looking around today let’s take a stop by David’s table
and the new rug from Goodwill on 15th
Here are David’s found objects. (Note the Barbara the cat memorial in the upper left.)
I rather like this combination of beads.
Wayne Wichern was a weekend visitor to the Big House. It was great to see him again. He’s been living in the Bay Area for the last 5 years. Wayne is a master milliner. He is FABULOUS.
Check out his site here.
I’ve got my calendar set for a visit to The Museum of History and Industry.
There is an amazing show there right now. I remember seeing it when it was “forgotten” /”lost” at the
Maryhill Museum of Art near Goldendale, Washington. It has stayed with me all these years and I can’t wait to see it refurbished.
Wayne went to see it last week and raved. So go check out “Théâtre de la Mode” at MOHI!
Debra, we mistakenly deleted your comment. Ooops. My peasant fingers are such potatoes. So yes, we await the installments of Gal Printer.
See you next week. Have a great one!