Wednesday, October 21, 2009

A "Death"ly Pause!

My very own residential Mistress of the Macabre has come up with a lovely little Halloween-style drawing that I decided was perfect filler while I'm still putting together my pictures from Gettysburg! What with the new blog look, it seems like an excellent fit!

Oh, and lest I forget Amanda has moved her own blog and can now be located at Inside the Mind of Delirium. She doesn't post too often but occasionally she throws some of her artwork up over there. I apologize in advance for her occasional use of an expletive should you go by - seems to be a teenage thing these days which is even worse if you happen to follow any teenagers on Twitter and some of their Tweets. Those seven words that George Carlin used to talk about ain't nuthin' anymore I'm afraid!


  1. Very nice filler indeed. Love the cobwebs in the corners, she doesn't miss a single detail.

  2. That girl is going somewhere with her art. She has an amazing talent!
    I need her to design something for me for my ghosthunting blog.

  3. Amanda does a very fine job. You are lucky to have a filler as you call it. I wish I did. Just saying.

    Have a terrific day Linda. Big hug. :)

  4. did you just apologize for her swearing? Such a mom thing to do!

    The picture is really great.

  5. Each generation thinks it invented swear words. I guess I've heard/read them all by now.

    Amanda's art is quite amazing, so fill away! Hugs...

  6. Incredible piece of art, Linda! Your daughter did that? Wow! She has loads of talent.

    I know what you mean about the expletives, though. LOL! I have a teenager daughter myself and I often caution her to be more careful with her internet "f bombs" lest a prospective employer finds them one day. Once on a blog (or MySpace or Facebook or Twitter) -- forever in Cyberspace. But, as I'm sure you know, teenagers don't listen to their parents. LOL!

  7. we went to see george years ago and his list was up to about thirty by then, the only one i remember was tuna taco...

    smiles, bee

  8. I like the "jester-like" top of the shroud...
    I'll leave out my great- grandmotherly dissertation about the use of language. But how many great-grands do you know that wish they'd gone with Songbird to the U2 concert last night???

  9. by the by babe, I think you demoted me.

    Unit Commander seems like a step down from War Department...but I'm not quite sure.......



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