What's Happening in Your Neck of the Woods?!

This poor guy.. all he was doing was his job and one of my dear friends got this shot before they pulled him out. Having driven a truck for 28 years for a living, I can't even imagine how hard it was to call his boss to say he "goofed". This is on a road right near our house.

Longing to see this picture again. A rainbow from our front door, yup.

I am always showing off my beads that I enjoy making but I have to admit that sometimes I get bored making them. So I venture off into some sculptural work of sorts, sometimes. Here are a couple of pictures of the results my venturing out of the box has created. The wheat grass and glass berries are glass torched to the end of copper wires. Glass sticks to copper. I plan to attach some hanging crystals to the little windswept tree. Someone said it would make a neat display for earrings but it topples too easy upon removing the earrings even though it is glued to the mirror base. Maybe I can work on that issue.


country girl said…
How about putting the wheatgrass art in a picture frame. That way you can hang it on the wall and not worry about the weight. Just a thought.
Kay Lodahl said…
I think you are on to something there, Country Girl. If I could figure out how to mount the windswept tree into a frame, that would work!! Thank you.
Wrensong Farm said…
I like that windswept tree! Maybe the snowplow driver told his boss a deer ran out in front of him....or he saw sasquatch....

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