Friday, March 28, 2008

abstracts



on display ~ The artwork of Madison - artist, granddaughter, 5th grader - is on display (top left) at the Gilmer Arts and Heritage Association gallery, as the month of March is recognized as National Youth Art Month.

make a difference ~ Think your family going green won't make a difference? Wrong, says a U.S. study released on Thursday that shows one household ditching paper statements for Web transactions would save 24 square feet of forest a year. I still get a thrill just putting the junk mail into the recycling bin.

forever ~ On the other hand, I just bought 200 postage stamps. Stamps are going up in May, so stock up now on Forever Stamps, as they last, well, forever.

blast from the past ~ Remember Edith Ann, one of Lily Tomlin's endearing characters? Here she is, alive and well, and writing letters to the government.

The road to success is always under construction.
~ Lily Tomlin

Everyone has a photographic memory,
some just don't have film.

~ Steven Wright

We're not lost.
We're locationally challenged.

~ John M. Ford

Even if you're on the right track,
you'll get run over if you just sit there.

~ Will Rogers

A word to the wise ain't necessary,
it's the stupid ones who need the advice.

~ Bill Cosby



6 comments:

June said...

Madison's artwork is fantastic! Really...I'm very impressed.

I've ditched paper statements and pay all bills electronically. It's not only good for the environment, but it's the easiest way to manage them what with me being here 6 months and there 6 months.

Great quotes. Thanks. And so nice to see Edith Ann back. :-)

I'd better get to the post office...

andsewitis Holly said...

Wow, awesome artwork. Madison is very talented.

jellyhead said...

You have a talented granddaughter there... you must be so proud!

Those quotes are so true. I especially like the one about being on the right track!

Hope you have a fabulous weekend :)

colleen said...

She's good! I'll be getting my stamps this week. Thanks for the heads up and the quotes.

Luke said...

That's a great post. Here's a website on developing
photographic memory. Check out the tips that they offer. They worked pretty well for me. It's at http://www.photographic-memory.org

Kerri said...

I'm always so impressed with the kids' artwork on the walls at school. Cute pic of Madison. She's a budding artist :)
Great quotes. Bill Cosby makes me LOL :)