Monday, October 17, 2011

Tuesday Tidbits: October 18, 2011

Take two colleagues.
Add in a double dose of perfectionism.
Divide by one blank plywood canvas.

The result? One nifty graphic: our department's contribution to the mural surrounding new construction at the hospital. This is how my dear co-worker (Helena) and I spent our weekend. We made quite a team and had a good time as well.


Public Service Announcement

Mothers, please be mindful that excessive hugging may lead to a child's eyeballs popping out of their sockets. Remember...gentle hugs are safe hugs.

This PSA brought to you by the Society for Safe Squeezing campaign. 


Special Alert!

Anyone having information that could lead to the whereabouts and arrest of the perpetrator responsible for this mysterious homicide are asked to call their local Crime Stoppers unit. 


Dear Carolina Panthers,

Oh, I'm sorry...was there a game this weekend? It appears that it was fortunate that I was too busy to give you 3 hours of my undivided attention. But then again, I would have been  upset to discover my 3 hours of viewing time would be wasted in the 4th quarter. 

A disappointed 5th

PS...despite the disappointing loss, I still see flashes of greatness. Maybe not this year but soon (I pray), real soon. 


Dear Art,

Oh how I've missed you. Welcome back! I do have a question, it really possible that this will ever come together, forming something half recognizable? I certainly hope so after spending several hours over the course of several days planning and designing. I have high expectations, you know.

Your collaborating 5th



Cheryl said...

Love the mural & assorted tidbits of love and laughter.

blueviolet said...

So cool what you and your pal did out there. I'll be sure to remember that safe hugging is very important from now on.

Brian Miller said...

that is a really cool yeah watch the eyes...playing for the draft pick now eh? indy needs the competition...

J. Kwiatkowski-Schuler said...

I love the mural! Great work. I can't wait to see what you are making.

Cynthia@RunningWithLetters said...

What a fun weekend project! I can so relate to the missing Art part--now that I am not teaching art, there is a nagging void....

Jenny said...

I love that project! Wow! What a happy visualization of hope.

I mean...


I hope that's what you meant.

Or ...



Let me rephrase.

That was really cool.

And the eye popping picture made me laugh!

Sue said...

I've missed you! And now I'm going to follow, so I won't have to miss you any more.



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