I am getting ready for the spring season by creating a series of humming bird feeders.
From the ground to the top of the hook this piece is just less than 4 feet tall.
Almost every week I make a three hour drive over the mountains. My youngest offspring made me a flash drive to listen to filled with driving music. It’s an eclectic collection to help keep me awake on the drive.
A couple songs just make me want to dance. So I decided to pull over, crank the volume and dance. What better way to take a break and stretch ones legs. So there I was on the side of the road grooving to the tunes when a State trooper pulled over to see if I was okay and asked if I needed any help. I told him I could use a dance partner.
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I am often asked the question “When did you become an artist? Thinking back I remember sitting the yard with my Grandmother Twila making daisy chains crowns for my baby sister. I must have been 3 or -4 four years old.
Who in the Hell was King Palmer? Friend, joker,inventor,entrepreneur,father,lover, spouse,brother, grandfather,protector,and provider.Born in Tacoma,Washington on January 3, 1944.
King believed in living life, working hard but most importantly taking time to have fun. King wanted to remind us all that when we get to the pearly gates we will be asked by our maker if we have enjoyed the life we were given. He said his reply would be YES! On October 23, 2009 King did his last wheelie all the way to heaven.
(I am sure he enjoyed not having to wear a helmet on his last ride!)
Sundance finally joins the flock!
Come on out and see some Sexy Parts! For more information about this event just click the pretty picture!