Monday, July 28, 2008
son from tv room to me on computer: "mommy, can you get me some orange juice?"
me: "no. you can get up and get it yourself."
son: "well, could you get me some water then?"
me: (laughing) "um, no.. you can get up and get it yourself."
me: (laughing) "nice try son, -change of drinks doesn't change the delivery system."
son: "how 'bout some ice cream then?"
Saturday, July 05, 2008
FOR LEONARD STEGMANN from (SHE!)
image borrowed from skinny little blond/thanks skinny.
Thursday, July 03, 2008
I BELIEVE IN MIRACLES (me!) sandra, ttgp"i believe in miracles!" "i believe I WILL get to meet, hug, thank, get an autograph AND picture with Dr Maya Angelou when she is in Oakland for the dedication of the REMEMBER THEM monument." ~for this i pray and thank kathy cordova:
"thank you kathy cordova! -oh! i'm in love with this sculptor, this sculpture, everyone (every human story) it helps us remember. "
The Remember Them educational monument will be the:
Largest cast bronze representational sculpture west of the Mississippi
First grouping in the United States of international humanitarian portraits
First representational monument in the United States that honors diversity
Largest sculpture of Maya Angelou in the world
Largest sculpture of Franklin Delano Roosevelt in the world
Largest sculpture of Mother Teresa in the world
Largest sculpture of Thich Nhat Hanh in the world
First depiction of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Coretta Scott King in a sculpture together
First time that "March on Selma" figures, including Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, Coretta Scott King, and Ralph Abernathy have been sculpted and placed in a public setting
lots more information available on the website: