And here is a close up of the art work as well as the tattoo she got so long ago that it had to be redone. Seems like the original one she gave to herself when she was bored in Biology class. Got to tell you, I have never been that bored! Never poked myself and never let anyone else come at me with a needle either. But as far as photography goes, I would say this picture is worth a thousand words. We have the art work, which is absolutely mesmerizing and then we have the hand in front of it that belongs to the artist and lets us know that she is a real human. The card from the New York Gallery which shows success. Full Circle is what I will call it.
This is a little number that Donna knitted but first she spun the yarn. Oh, I do envy this girl her patience. Bet she makes Apple Pies also! I think this is a shawl. I could be wrong. Would not be the first time. Let me go check the album captions. Well, that was not much help because I apparently did not know when I put the captions on the pictures. But I will say it is Donna's until some one corrects me!
Now, I recall Donna telling me she lives in WalVeta. That means it is the same distance from her house to Walsenburg as it is to LaVeta. I am going to go see her next summer and hike in her mountains. She can carry a shotgun and make sure a bear does not get me!
Donna was also on the board that put this sale together. They mostly stayed up in the inner sanctum and ran figures through the computers. Last year they gave me an award for shutting down the computer the most times. They gave me a pink sheep with holes all over it. Elvira thinks it is hers and shakes it. The stuffing is all gone now. I do want to commend all the ladies who made this years sale such a success. And these are in no particular order. Oh, wait! They are in alphabetical order!! Hats off to :