While clearing out old files I found this 1968 Ron Cobb cartoon
It's part of the adventure of woodcarving that you keep on learning; mastery is in growth not static achievement.
I entered my shop this morning to smell linseed oil, varnish, and wood shavings.
I have never been overly fond of lobster.
There are a couple of door stops around the house. They've been kicking around my wife's family for so long that nobody knows how old they are - just that they had been grandma's at one time
Somehow I don't think the train will blow its whistle at this stop anytime soon.
These days we especially pay attention to online reviews. A glowing five-star review with a paragraph of praise is worth money. If only reality was so easily aligned with glamour.
Diversity of products can be the game's name when you are seeking to keep the volume of sales up as a woodcarver. A wide variety of products has always seemed to work for me.
The new stool by the bed makes it easier for me to lick his ear at two AM.
Barnum was undoubtedly the main hero of our not-quite friend John the conman.