Nice! I am a BIG fan of collage. And who hasn't ever felt this way, now and then?I will check out Lila's other works at the Polyvore site. Thanks!
Yes! Love collage. This is a quirky, fun piece.
Hahaha! Fantastic mixed media piece! Have I told you yet that I dig the new banner?
whahaha...what would the Mob do...teach me how to collage?!~XO* darling!
I love collage too, Anthony. (lol) I think we do indeed all feel this way now then. xoxoPyzahn, Thanks for the comment. I agree, it's quirky, fun.CC, Hey, are you in Texas? How's your dad?? I hope all is well and ok. Thanks for the compliment on the banner, but as you have notice I am sure, I don't leave anything the same for very long.:)) Let me know how your dad is. I'm thinking of you. xoxoLenore, how could I expect any other kind of comment from you, but a witty one.:) Are you still traveling? I wasn't around much yesterday, so I have to get over to your blog and see where the heck you are darling. xoxo
ha! that's a familiar feeling for sure.
Fortunately, it only last a second.:)
That cracks me up!
Good morning Sixpence! Thanks for the introduction, I really like this collage.DavidPS -- I love your ever-changing blog header photos... the current one brings back memories of childhood for me... I believe the top left camera is a movie film camera made by Kodak, one my Mother received as a HS grad gift and (much later) let me use to make home movies as a kid. Still have them and transferred to video. :)
Erin, it is pretty funny, huh. :) xoxoDavid, change, I suppose I crave it. I am constantly changing things, everything. I've always been this way, even when I was a child. Not sure what it means? Good or bad, IDK. What a cool thing, to have these clips of yourself as a young man. I think you're right, that the camera is a movie film camera? A couple of those in the pic belonged to a family member who passed away last year. Somehow, I seem to have started a collection, like I need another one.:0Have a wonderful weekend. xoxo
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