This may be . . .okay WILL be a bit random, but I’m teaching two art classes each day this week and I’m flying by the seat of my pants! First, I just had to say how happy I am that Sid Evans has been named the new editor of Southern Living Magazine. His first letter to the readers was a thing of beauty, and I’ve heard great things about him, you know, as I sit around in Sid Evans Discussion Groups and such.
Second, I wanted to show you this house in Spanish Fort, Alabama, just north of Fairhope. Even though we are near the water, our area is one of the highest elevated areas along the entire United States coastline. Because of heavy rains and erosion, a few of the homes are starting to slide down the bluff! This is along the piece of road that connects you to the Causeway from Highway 98. I can’t imagine how distraught this family must be.
And speaking of distraught, I spotted this rocking horse in Antiques at the Loop in Mobile, and it is identical to MY rocking horse from when I was a little girl! Since when in the heck did my toys become freakin’ ANTIQUES??? Not happy about this at all. I hope and pray my parents got it for me second hand from a really old person.
How’s that for random?
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