Saturday, December 12, 2009
the outdoors type
curious things continue to surface in the land of oz. last week it was a bowling ball in the street, the week before it was a soul determined to get that grocery cart full of natural light across 6th and wakarusa, and before that it was the burly guy on his harley zipping by with a tub of toddler legos strapped to the back. now my sharp-eyed amiga alix has led me to the most wonderful find of all, a yard full of vintage typewriters. the tree-stump installations wrap around the entire house. yes, i trespassed just a wee bit. i'd love to see the inside but i'm not that bold. i bet it's stuffed with stacks of books and real working typewriters that are clickety clacking away next to a warm fireplace and a vat of coffee. who really knows, but that's a nice image and i'm sticking to it.
some weekend reading for you:
> thereza opened a fabadabadoo shop of tiny red wares
> bits of underlying beauty that heather pulled out of a distressingly cold week here
> thanks to super groovy jan and nina for featuring artsyville in their posts this week
> joanne painted a stunning window to the heart
> how esti made her calendar (which is, alas, but not surprisingly, sold out)
> linda sarah is back with her sleepy towns and dancing villages
enjoy! happy weekend!