Thursday, October 30, 2008

le zebra mug, two massage therapists, Farrah and ME

The zebra mug down there? I was trying for a spiraly thing on the mug, which is a little trickier than you might imagine, and that worked well, but the photo is really horrible for some reason. The bowl with the dog is going on sale in my etsy gallery---remember to shop now and beat the Christmas rush!!!

In more important news, last night my wife, as sleep descended, tried to feed me cute and friendly scenarios for the dream hamster--maybe it wears glasses? Maybe it would read me a story? But you can't tell a dream hamster what to do. No sign of it last night, despite her meddling. I did however dream that I was at the world series and could hardly see the game because I was between 2 massage therapists and they were touchy feely types and couldn't keep their hands and bodies to themselves and it was a bit of agony for a person who would RATHER NOT be touched by anybody.

And my old pal, mentioned below under high school reuninon? She did check the entry, she even commented. I had forgotten the Farrah hair, yes I had....




(pots by Gary Rith)

10 comments:

Mona Buonanotte said...

This spring we did a 5k and afterwards they had massage therapists giving FREE massages. No one was in line behind me so I got a, what, 45 minute massage? For Free?? It was heaven.

Send those massage therapist dreams my way, I can sure use 'em!

kcinnova said...

I'm in line after Mona!
And I *heart* your wife. Hamster Story Time!!!

The swirls in the doggie bowl are lovely.

Gordo said...

I slept like poo last night and my back hurts. I need a massage therapist.

tt said...

Gary!!!!!!!!!!!!
I want a dream hamster!!!

Jessica said...

I love that your wife tried to help you have happy hamster dreams. Maybe he would read you a story! LOL-that's awesome. :)

Gordo said...

Gary, dreaming about Mira Sorvino's not exactly a chore .. ;-)

Cheri @ Blog This Mom! said...

Stop hogging the massage therapists.

Reb said...

Gary, I hear you on the touchy-feely people of the world!

Love the swirls in the bowl!

Susan as herself said...

Oh, I forgot about all that Farrah hair... I think I was the only girl in my school WITHOUT that hairstyle!!! I felt geeky at the time, but now I am glad I never did it.

Wendy said...

Me too! But I could have done without the bowl haircut (as stated before). I kind of looked like Paul Simon before he lost his hair.