Thursday, September 29, 2011
Tuesday, September 27, 2011
I am always amazed each day as I see how many International Readers I have.
It's so humbling to think that a person has the ability to connect to so many far away places.
I thank you all for taking the time to visit my tiny little world.
Which brings me to my (somewhat selfish) request.
My CAPRA and the MAGICAL GOAT BLANKET is nearing an 'end' so that I might have it pieced together and sewn by Yule. If you haven't yet sent me just a wee scrap (envelope size is fine) then I really wish might consider it. The energy from this blanket project has been simply magical. Info is below. The deadline is October 1.
My humble thanks,
DANCING CAPRA for YULE!
Have you sent your piece of fabric for the
CAPRA AND THE MAGICAL GOAT BLANKET PROJECT yet?
Deadline is October 1st.
I have had SO many fabulous pieces sent from near and far.
To date, the farthest away has been Istanbul! Imagine!
It's truly amazing the energy this project has generated.
I look forward to seeing Darla in this most wondrous of folk blankets.
The link below will get you the project info but all pieces sent in have been photographed and posted on the Goat Borrower blog.
My sincere gratitude to you all........
The Goat Borrower
Friday, September 16, 2011
For those of you who follow this blog you know that I have an obsession with collaging a story into being.
Nothing is allowed to happen until I have collaged it first!
Because of the nature of my collaging (furious snicks with the Vorpal blade and Mad Hatter style glue-sticking, often in no more than a note book) I have a difficult time decently photographing my work.
But I was missing Violet Moorfields this day and, even more, her love Dirty Tom, and was anxious to inspire myself to pick the story back up again this weekend. I so love Violet, and all her adventures, and hope one day to be able to share her world with you.
Here's a link to a 'Violet Story' from a future Violet Moorfields-1745.
The Violet Moorfields and Dirty Tom that I am missing today are from 1585.
Violet's ancestors pass through the centuries by way of an old diary, finally coming to her 1745 namesake. The Moorfields Curse will always thwart their ability to marry thus preserving the Moorfields name. This link will get you started. You can read on from there if the story moves you.
Have a lovely day......and please don't stop creating!
Monday, September 12, 2011
The Revenant by Andrew Wyeth
Ah, Gerard, you've returned then I see.
ALWAYS FUN TO PLAY WITH WORDS AT:
Yeah......so you guys might want to check out Foxmorton & Crew in the newly released ITLAPD video!
'Cause, we rock!
And so do our ever-lovin' mates! You'll think they're awesome! (Because they ARRRRRRRR!)
It's right on the front page!
Happy Talk Like A Pirate Day-September 19-Please comply.
It's the "International Talk Like a Pirate Day Drunken Sailor Sing-Along a Go Go!" – edited by Mad Sally and featuring more than 30 separate clips of more than 50 pirates, four rubber chickens, Pandaboy, a Pulitzer Prize winning columnist and a beer swillin' pig. They come from all over the U.S. – from the Virgin Islands to Seattle, from Los Angeles to upstate New York, with stops all over the country and more than a few surprises! The entire crew of The Pirate Guys LLC – Ol' Chumbucket and Slappy, Mad Sally and a version of Jezebel the Web Wench are all represented. There are professional singers (thank Neptune!) and enthusiastic amateurs, all havin' grand fun with one of the best-known, best-loved sea songs of all time.
Monday, September 5, 2011
(The 'Dancing as fast as I can.' came from a comment about me by my lovely and creative friend, Sue.)
Sunday, September 4, 2011
abandoned farm Dublin, Ohio
w/ permission of Magpie
It wasn't so much that I wanted to leave the land as it was come morn', when the dust had cleared, the land, she bid me to stay.
ALWAYS FUN TO PLAY WITH WORDS AT MAGPIE!
Friday, September 2, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Intrigued as I am by all things vintage, I stumbled across this poster whilst trying to find a poster of the Chaplain Theatre. I love these ladies and wish to know more about them. I love more that they were Violets of the Stage. I know I can easily research the facts but I think, for awhile, I'll just ponder.........