Thursday, July 7, 2011

Words of Wednesday were

Heck,  Friday is gone and now it's already Thursday again.  After our one year and a half of service at The Department of Homeland Inspiration, we have received a badge in the mail that is hard to read which means, we will have to explain it to folk.  This will be especially useful while The Art Ranger, A.k.a. Artist At Large is going to be out on the range for summer recess from July 9th until late August.

Meanwhile, we will share with you some random words that have collected on the backs of envelopes and postit notes and receipts and gum wrappers as we amble and ramble along our days as a chauffeur, erranduer, chef, crumb catcher, dispatcher, dog exerciser, art digester ...
      Summer Radio Slices since we purchased our son a pair of Wrangler Jeans: 
I got to git some gravel in my road
(2 different days, different songs)
 I'd like to kiss you out in the sticks
I'd like to take you home and check you for ticks

it ain't easy to move a mountain
(different station)
... out of the blue comes my dear Tom Waits with the:
recycled stories in a naugahide booth  
From an early Saturday morning driveby thought arrival:
Tired tables of dross
for sale on the lawns of California 
And finally,  from the Goodwill in Union City, CA, a selection of .50 vinyl LPs:
Sol Soul Disco
The Persuasive Trombone
Malavsky Family
The Singing Nun 

OKAY NOW, tomorrow will be the last Found Art Friday for several weeks so bring it on!  Please be on the vigil for images and moments of note as you circulate along this magnificent earth in summer.

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