I love the glow of light along the roof lines and the cheery rectangles of warmth coming from my neighbors’ houses. In 2013 I plan to construct fabric houses that more nearly represent the houses in my neck of the woods. And, speaking of houses, anyone who knows my work will guess why I was drawn to this wine – thereby confirming something recently heard on television – and that is, that labeling greatly influences wine purchases.Cleaning up to host the wine-related event, I found this little guy. I think I was checking the bobbin tension on my machine, and reading Lynda Barry at the time. The reverse side captures how I sometimes feel this time of year, hoping I am remembering everything I need to remember.
Me too…the warmth of those lit windows…here in the city too, though it is seldom totally dark…they still get to me. Love the “goink!”–a perfect word.
Ha ha…I needed to laugh today. Thanks for sharing–love your little tension checker face!
I love all of your houses…the “Goink” boyo is really cute!! Julierose
Goink! GReat expression!
“Goink” is going into usage in this house!
Love your photo!
thanks, Marjorie – the one of the houses, I assume. thanks Julierose, too! Glad to make a smiling moment in this awful week.
oh, i choose wine by the labels, too & would have chosen this one as well! your tension sketching is great.
Dee…Wishing you so much of everything you want in this Coming Year….
Thank you Grace!! I wish you a Happy New Year, too! I’ll be back in a few more days.