Sunday, December 13, 2009
It's that time again!
Tis the season for the Christmas Letter. (Cue the theme from Jaws.)
Like the Boogie Man at Halloween (in my neighborhood it was the Hairy Scratch), or your neighbor at the back door with her arms full of zuchini in September, it's the time of year our mailboxes fill up with long-winded missives from those dear close friends we didn't know we had.
Shiney as a new Sears catalog, these perfect families and their charming escapades, vacations and championships dazzle us with their, well, dazzling-ness.
The only cruise I've been on is up Highway 81 to hit the Walmart store.
The only gold I've received is the gold cap I got for the tooth I broke on last year's peanut brittle.
I did find treasure. It was the last piece of pumpkin pie hidden in the fridge after Thanksgiving. Too bad it was 2 weeks old. (At least I think it was pumpkin pie.)
So, my Christmas Letter to you, Dear Reader, goes something like this:
Thanks for stopping by.
Thanks for your comments. It's always nice to hear from you.
Had a great year painting. Snagged a couple new galleries, taught a few classes, made tons of friends.
Hope you had a good year too.
Happy Holidays my Friends-
Oh, and come back next week. I'm going to reveal a very cool project initiated by a very cool fellow. Consider it your Christmas gift. You're gonna love it, I promise.