Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Angels n Lillypads

Photo by SnaggleTooth May 2009

TG I made it back! All is well after 800 miles, one new tire, tons of road construction the entire way out n home, a nasty allergy eye attack, n no sleep yet now 2 am Tues , since Sunday am...
Photo by SnaggleTooth May 2009

The angels were watching n helping, I know- n thanks for adding in all the well wishes to see me thru.
More later, now zzz... before collapsing...


At 8:02 AM, Blogger Jannie Funster said...

Ooo, I'm first! (I hope.) Unless another of your fans is furiously typing away to beat me to this.

800 miles - quite a haul in such a short time. Glad you're safely back.

I used to sculpt angels out of macaroni and won 17th prize in Grade 4 for mine! Kept it so proudly on my Prize Shelf with my kindling-chopping tropies until mice ate it while I was away at college. Took me until last summer to get over it.


At 11:28 AM, Blogger TALON said...

That is some angel - is that a headstone? Amazing shot.

Hope you have a chance to catch up on your sleep. I always forget that as the nice weather advances the construction takes over the roads making it frustrating to travel.

At 2:14 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

JanF, You'll always be first on my list...(maybe) Let's just say my eyes, hands n neck need an overhaul.
Wow, macaroni angels do sound yummy (cooked). That would steam me up too- I had a plaster abstract piece that got an "A" from the prof n a blind guy who liked feeling it, then "Blob" knocked it off my dresser, so I know that feeling- I never get over ruined artwork!

Talon, that's right inside the main gate as a veteran's memorialup on a large wall. I really like it's style n expression.
Now we have night construction too, so it never ends. the whole way up 95. Way home I got detoured off the highway 3 times, n cut down to one lane at least 20 locations!

At 3:16 AM, Blogger Thomma Lyn said...

What an amazing angel! And I love the lily pads.

Sounds like it was one heck of a trip -- uck on the road construction. And allergies and no sleep on top of that? Bless your heart! I'm glad you're home safe, and I hope you get some good rest and have sweet dreams.

At 8:07 AM, Blogger Lynn said...

Hello - coming to you via Jannie's blog. Love, love, love that angel. Wow. I collect folk art angels - that one is great.

I like your blog and will be back!

At 3:00 AM, Blogger Snaggle Tooth said...

ThommaLyn, Glad you enjoyed seeing what impressed me the most- Too bad your froggies can't use those lilly pads in the stream...
Thankyou for your well wishes- still pretty zonked.

Lynn, Welcome to ESR! Ah-ha, an angel collector. I have some ivory porcelain angel statues my grandmother, then Mother, used to decorate for Xmas with. That cast bronze figure there is prob about six feet across- Would be tough to get it on the shelf with my small ones. I'm actually thinking of some oil-painted angel studies with lost at sea folks in my near future. I do believe in angels.
I've done a few figure sculptures awhile back too-
Ya all come on back anytime-


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