Today I arrived at the “Over the Hill on the Yellow Brick Road Art Gallery.” It gave me an idea…
Hey Gallery, is there a manager I can speak to?
ART GALLERY: I’m the manager. As long as my walls don’t crumble and my plumbing works, I’ll keep running this place no matter how old I get.
Yeah—you must be really proud of all that you hold on your walls.
ART GALLERY: It means the world to me. I carry thoughts, dreams, visions, statements. I carry the hearts of so many gifted people.
Totally. In that case, would you mind if I set up an exhibit here? There are five bloggers who have invited me to guest post or have shared my blog on theirs. Their art, photos and writing is so beautiful. As a way to say a heartfelt thank you and let the world know about their work, can I set up an exhibit of links to some of their best creations?
ART GALLERY: Absolutely. I’ll keep it here forever.
Okay bloggers reading this post! Click on each link, and you’ll definitely smile:
1.Linda has invited me to post as a “Guest in Jest” on her site on February 2. Her blog is about “crazy stuff that happens and things that amuse me.” I’m in love with Linda’s skunk photos. Click and scroll up to them here:
2. Da Al invited me to share my post about a kitten I found Over the Hill on the Yellow Brick Road. She posts on arts/cooking/dancing/joy/writing/tales and tails. I have a special place in my heart for a piece she calls “silk hand and eye.” Click and scroll down to it here:
3.Raili was inspired by one of my posts and shared it on her blog. She’s always “creating magic with words” through poetry, stories, and thoughts about health and well-being. I can’t stop staring at her purple tree photos:
4.Elaine did a very kind shout-out to my blog. Elaine paints and writes while “living and following the light.” I especially love her fantasy work. Here’s her display of amazing paintings.
5.Barbara shares every single one of my posts on Facebook. She does incredible paintings and photographs. The expression in the eyes of every animal she paints blows me away:
That’s all for now! Hope you enjoyed the art show!