I’m in Seattle for the weekend to see a certain someone and in addition to the enjoying each other’s company, I put up two new big wall vinyls (you may remember the other big one: jelly fish in the shower). One is a series of trailing branches with blossoms flowing in the wind, butterflies and birds flitting around:
The other is a 5-foot-wide world map spread across the 3 sliding doors which make up the street-facing wall of our bedroom. It’s awesome looking in its original shape, but because the doors slide, we can rearrange the continents whenever we choose:
I’m back in Boston tomorrow, but it’s nice knowing I’m leaving a permanent mark on our home.
“Poetry is the art of substantiating shadows.”–Edmund Burke
What fun! can you re-organize the big continents? Have the ice flows shove everything in different directions? Or maybe exchange the ice sheets with the continents? Move the more beligerant ones to the equators to fry and the peaceful ones have the scenery and great weather? The scientist who worked with Gore is lecturing here tomorrow – I had dinner with him – and we were all thinking of questions to ask him! I wanted everything renamed: Glacier National Park to become Sandhill National Park to face reality!