Sunday, April 08, 2007

Whee!!

Gracious, darlings, Pretty Lady did NOT expect to be taken up on her Rules, at least not so quickly and so seriously. She is Overwhelmed! After spending two days without leaving her studio (the fumes are so dense that even the extractor fan cannot seem to overcome them), she finally checked the mailbox, and whee!! She now has more new CDs than she can fit in the disc changer all at once. In honor of Easter Sunday, she put on the Tijuana Brass, first. Boop-be-doop-be-doop.

Many grateful returns!

P.S. Chris, the cotton duck will make an excellent new dropcloth. The old one has been toxic since I accidentally stomped a tube of yellow ochre and tracked it all over the house.

18 comments:

mitzibel said...

What colors do you wear?

prettylady said...

White, black, burgundy, amethyst, light blue, deep blue, sage green, pink. Charcoal grey. Chocolate brown. And Pretty Lady does not regard synthetic fabrics as being fit for human use.

mitzibel said...

Amen. I take it your "no jewelry" rule does not apply to the handmade seed-bead variety ;)
Would you consider your hands long and slim, average, or short and stubby? Because I created an Indian hand-weave (by which I mean woven over your hand) piece with a nice mossy green base and irridescent pink accent beads that for some reason I can think of no one but you wearing. . .

Chris Rywalt said...

Pretty Lady's hands are very long and languorous. Not slim, exactly, but neither are they heavy. She can give you better measurements, I expect, but I can give first-hand (ahem) observation. Compared to most females I've known, PL's hands are very long. They're probably larger than mine, and I'm male and 5'11". But then I have small hands, feet, and nose. And other protuberances as well.

prettylady said...

Chris, why not just link to the picture while you're at it?

And they're not slim because they're strong, for obvious reasons.

'Other protruberances'? Chris, have you been drinking?

prettylady said...

that for some reason I can think of no one but you wearing. . .

I would not only be HONORED to wear an original Mitzibel creation, but I would wear it to a hip NYC event, take photographs, and do a write-up. Anything to help launch an innovator's career...

mitzibel said...

Aw, you're sweet :) I'll get it re-worked to fit long Lady hands, and email you about shipping info soon.

Chris Rywalt said...

PL sez:
And they're not slim because they're strong, for obvious reasons.

You mean because of all this typing?

k said...

Ladyfingers! Ladyfingers!

prettylady said...

k, I'm glad to see that you've gotten hold of some decent painkillers...

Mitzibel, I can't wait.

Chris, have you forgotten that I earn my living making big strong men whimper in therapeutic agony?

dannielynn's daddy said...

Chris, don't sell yourself short (or small).

Chris Rywalt said...

PL sez:
Chris, have you forgotten that I earn my living making big strong men whimper in therapeutic agony?

Like I said, all this typing.

Oh wait, this is where you volunteer to make big strong men whimper in therapeutic agony.

Chris Rywalt said...

Dannielynn's Daddy sez:
Chris, don't sell yourself short (or small).

Just being realistic. Most days I have trouble even finding my protuberances.

And no, I haven't been drinking. Things are plenty weird in my head without chemical enhancement.

Desert Cat said...

EARS!

He means 'ears'.

Chris Rywalt said...

You know, my earlobes stick out. It's very odd. I never noticed, but one day a friend of mine twiddled them.

There's a specific gene, which has been isolated, I think, for determining whether your earlobes hang down or are connected to your jawline. I don't know that anyone's studied earlobes which flange.

k said...

hee hee!

Desert Cat said...

(to the tune of 'Turkey in the Straw'):

Do your ears hang low?
Do they wobble to and fro?
Can you tie them in a knot?
Can you tie them in a bow?
Can you throw them o'er your shoulder,
Like a Continental Soldier?
Do your ears--hang--low?


(substitute protuberance of your choice for 'ears')

Crom said...

"There's a specific gene, which has been isolated, I think, for determining whether your earlobes hang down or are connected to your jawline."

I have read that the attached earlobe genetic pattern in humans also seems to correlate with an increased risk of developing adult-onset schizophrenia.