Pat Gerard, the archivist who is working on my papers (doesn’t that sound official?), sent me this link last week when she read that I was being required by Gwinnett County to get rid of the “graffiti” on my garage doors.
I wish I had the courage (and the artistic talent) to do this, but I’m sure it would be labeled graffiti as well.
The tag line on Pat’s email, by the way, was a quotation from Tennyson:
Proverbs are "jewels five words long, that, on the stretched forefinger of time, sparkle forever."
My garage door went from looking like this:
to looking like this:
to looking like this (with the second coat of purple and the green around the windows):
Not a bad trade after all, I’d say. And now, I’m not going to say anything more about that door. Except to say that I painted the front door of my house purple, too!
BEEattitude for Day #599:
Blessed are those who look on the bright side, the way we bees do, for they shall have sunny days despite the clouds.
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