My first Pterodactyl: From humble beginnings . . . An Airborn Haiku: The dinosaur of dinosaurs. The king of kings. I control the skies. Advertisements
Where have I been? I’ve taken a break from my purely creative pursuits to give the people what they want. Plush, al dente, made-to-order. A fuzzy peach. A Cubicorn (throwback!) And of course, the classic and much-loved corn on the cob. The people have spoken! I hope to be back soon with some brand new … More Fresh Baked
Get it? My ring is there for size reference. Naturally, the Rein Drop is very small. With a fluffy white tail. Did you know that reindeer (or Caribou) belong to the only species of deer in which the females grow antlers, too, and not only the males? Rock on, lady reindeer! A Wintry Haiku: On … More Rein Drop
A Baby Banana and a Monkey. Hot off the presses! I have a few left over from last weekend’s Trunk Show and they’ll be up in my shop later today for your holiday purchasing pleasure. A Slippery Haiku: Before I knew it, I ate the whole banana! Would you like the peel?
Rrrrrrrraaawwwr!! They are only 3″ tall. Aren’t they cute? They remind me of this little internet gem. A Singed Haiku: Tell me no secrets. I can’t whisper, and I’m quite Incendiary!
It’s not an exact science. Personally? Michelle Pfeiffer is my fave. A Villainous Haiku: While I lack sonar, My plethora of lives are No less impressive.
Inspector #1 and Inspector #2 Do you need anything inspected? A Bureaucratic Haiku: Hand me my Clipboard. An important fact must not Go unrecorded.
Now, I must confess, I did not see this move. I heard it wasn’t so great, and I was too busy trying to see Fast Five, unsuccessfully (it was sold out twice when I tried to go see it . . . by myself. That is both embarrassing and true.). Regardless, Thor has been a … More If I Had a Hammer
Here’s a little hug for you. Front and Back A Warm Haiku: Wrap your arms ’round me, And your heart will go fuzzy With soft happiness.
I know it’s a bit out of season, but I felt this design calling to me. This little nut is about 2 inches tall With an embroidered cross-hatch cap. A Oaky Haiku: Lock up your squirrels, Put your blue jays in cages. I’m coming over!