|You can , first, wet the piece, then the paint will bleed and soften,|
like a fresco.
|I painted on dry concrete,|
then sanded the whole garland.
|Too bright for my taste.|
|Two coats of whitewash, using a brush and sponge to absorb excess.|
|Not such an old photo. I saw the first Cirque Du Soleil next to the pier about 25 years ago.|
|I remember Sinbads.|
|Look at those long boards. I guess they are going back to the long boards now.|
|A little overdressed for the beach?!|
|This is kind of how I remember the pier, back in 1960, but I think this photo is older.|
|Sundresses, sundresses, sundresses|
|Right now, shoe sizes range from 7-10 |
Many are designer labels; Prada, Ferragamo, Joan &
David, etc. Most lightly worn.
|Purses for the summer , also lightweight hats.|
|I'm still combining some vintage 50's kitchen decor with the clothes.|
I like the mix.
|Love fun colors. Bright is better!|
|But, then again, white and gold is always classic.|
|The side of a building advertising Bvlgari Jewelers|
|Give me, give me|
|nobody around, weird.|
|Just before they closed the streets.|
We saw the helicopter in which Obama was being delivered .
|The Beverly Wilshitre Hotel|
|I asked for a smile, and this is what I got. |
Oh well, next time maybe you'll listen to me, Mary.
|This little girl would not get up. She stayed there for a half hour.|
|Love the corner shelf!|
|The frames are perfect for weddings.|
|The sewing cabinet had drawers. Never seen one like that.|
|Mary does custom piecers. If you have |
Granny's china and don't know what to do with it, have
Mary make a piece using it.