Yeah, it's one of those days.
So this will be a totally random post.
First, some more photos of the Birthday Boy. One of his favorite presents was a huge Matchbox car track. He'll drag out a million cars and sit with a notebook and write down which one won each time. He's going to be a statistician as well as a policeman and part-time artist!
Love that boy.
Next, some random photos I took during the summer at an outdoor statuary store in St. Michaels, MD (Gatsby's) but had no idea how to work into a blog post. So here they are in no particular order.
This one is obviously for a tombstone. I think it's amazing. And one day I hope to go to the famous Highgate Cemetary in England. It may seem strange to want to tour a graveyard, but this one has so many aspects to it, and it's full of historic gravestones and is absolutely beautiful. It includes attractions such as the Egyptian Avenue and the Circle of Lebanon. The most famous person buried there is Karl Marx, and Douglas Adams, author of "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" is also buried there (and people leave little gifts on top of the stone.) And then there's the manager of the Sex Pistols. This place is eclectic and I am, too, and I just can't wait to visit it one day.
Then there are lions for your driveway entrance (of course).
There's got to be a proper name for a half-lion, half-buxom babe, but I don't know it.
A beautiful mermaid fountain.
And finally, a Buddha.
This place is pretty eclectic, too!
OK! So that was random, right? Hopefully tomorrow I can clear my head enough to write something more interesting!