The Treehouse + The Cave


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Sunday, February 13, 2005

Supply + Byproduct

Plate

The one new dirty dish. I had to let the water heater refill three times before its predecessors were clean.

Ashtray

Cigarettes and olive pits.

Coffee Table 3

Heather's been making valentines.

Kitchen Table

Said valentines.

Couch

I tried to protect Heather's valentine supplies from Midi (who likes to sleep on paper) by covering them with a dirty washcloth. Which was stupid, because I basically made her a bed.

Coffee Table 2

A valentine from her grandmother.

Coffee Table 1

Student Work.

Blogger terrashmerra thought:

the valentine's look super cute & i love the pictures. puts love in a comfortable, lived in setting. awww.

February 14, 2005 at 11:11 AM - Comment Permalink  
Blogger Andy thought:

Thanx, Terra. You're kind.

What comes across in the pix as comfortable and lived-in, is really just a mess (though one I find beautiful).

Take that to mean whatever you'd like about Love.

A.

February 14, 2005 at 11:32 AM - Comment Permalink  
Anonymous Anonymous thought:

I want to have my DNA taken to the far ends of the Milkyway. Someone should order small plastic vials from the manufacturer using the green Thomas industrial catolog at the public library, look up vials /plastic. Next have someone make a kids rubber helium party baloon that is 1 inch bigger when its inflated so it goes higher in the sky. Have it made with glow in the dark stuff that shines at night. It will take two rubber baloons tied together to carry up the plastic vial taped to one of the baloons. Proceed to get poke-em lancets from the drug store to prick your finger. Now Space-Aliens flying in invisible craft in Earths skies could retrieve a drop of your blood when you release the baloons over the desert or nature park. Go ahead and dab a drop of blood onto the surface of the baloon instead if you want, then only one baloon is needed. Your baloon might be recognized by the Aliens up there. Or you might find the whole idea a bad thing. Should people who believe there is Aliens visiting our solor system send out a spacecraft way past Pluto that has a supply of fruit tree, vegetable and berry seeds so the Extra-terrestial star travellers can take it home?

April 20, 2008 at 2:22 PM - Comment Permalink  

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