Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Wordless Wednesday -- you supply the caption!

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Leave your caption in the comments section!

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Lori Anderson creates jewelry for her web site, Lori Anderson Designs, and wrote the blog An Artist's Year Off.  She is the creator of the Bead Soup Blog Party.

95 comments:

  1. Our Rustic Place in the Woods.

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  2. Lol..how I feel some days

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  3. I didn't really think it would take me this long to find the keys. Maybe I need to clean out my purse?

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  4. That was some party! I wondered where I left my car!

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  5. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

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  6. Ashes to ashes, rust to rust (for a solemn Ash Wednesday)

    Emanda

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  8. The Teddy bear's picnic had gotten a little out of hand this time around...

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  9. I twat I saw a putty tat!!!

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  10. "Runs Great...Needs Some TLC".
    Love your photo.

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  11. Why would I take time to wash my truck? There's beading to be done!

    ;-)

    enjoy the day!
    Erin

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  12. Crashed and burned, but boy was it fun!

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  13. "when do you think insurance is gonna pay the claim for this?"

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  14. What's wrong, Hannah? It just needs a little bit of work! Happy 16th Birthday!

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  15. My parents told me my first car would be a junker, but really?!

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  16. ...it makes no sense really with the pic.. but I swear, every time I look at it, the only thing that pops into my head is ".. should've turned left at Albuquerque..." >.< darn bugs bunny cartoons.. lol

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  17. Yours for only $29.95...air conditioning included!

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  18. Jewelry parts free to a good home, must bring chainsaw to pick-up.

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  19. Then you hang a left at the old pond............

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  20. LOL!!

    "I was sure the map said to turn left at the last stop sign."

    I love all the comments!

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  21. She sat silently thinking to herself..."I think I can do something with that!"
    The sad part is...it's true....I love it!

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  22. "I remember how my great-uncle Jerry would sit on the porch and whittle all day long. Once he whittled me a toy car out of a bigger toy car I had. It was almost as good as the first one, except now it had bumpy whittle marks all over it. And no paint, and it was covered in rust because he had whittled off the paint."
    apologies to jack handy for the corruption of his quote. ;)

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  23. No, sir, we don't charge extra for the roof divot option...

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  24. I sure hope they saved the beads!!

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  25. Oh, the memories..... :-)

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  26. That was some party!

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  27. This one time, at band camp,...

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  28. Oh the places I've been...

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  29. "Well, it's like this officer...I got distracted when I saw a brand new pie shop in town with a free pie sign in the window..."

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  30. Jesus take the wheele

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  31. My God, what have we done?

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  32. Reminds me of my husband waiting on me while I bead shop.

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  33. 100% Natural.No Artificial colours....

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  34. Watch out honey... it's going to be a rough stop!

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  35. Aaahhhhh, the memories........

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  36. I have no caption - however I love Emanda's the best :)

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  37. Fixer Upper, shows some wear.

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  38. for sale - large garden planter
    could also be used to house small animals

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  39. I think I should have stayed to the right!!!

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  40. Dang it! Now who took my hood? I was cutting hearts out of that for my Bead Soup Project. ;-)

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  41. Well I hate to part with it. It was once owned by Bonnie and Clyde. But if you just have to have it...

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  42. Kelly Patterson10:33 PM

    Treasures, Lost.....& Found

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  43. I've refined it a bit from my previous comment: Crashes to ashes, rust to dust.

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  44. It's a classic - originally owned by Fred Flinstone. No motor in this baby - it's foot powered!!

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  45. Recalculating...
    When GPS goes wrong!!

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  46. Memories, light the corners of my mind. Dusty, rusty colored memories, of the truck it was.

    Anna W.
    @FELTit on Twitter
    annasplaceofholding@gmail.com

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  47. Oh honey...this is where little Bruce
    was conceived, how sweet of you, this is my best birthday present ever.

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  48. Hidden gem in the woods..great to use as a planter!!

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  49. Now where'd I put that motor?

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  50. Where did all the beer go!!!!!!!

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  51. "This is what happens when you go into a huge wholesale bead show and can't remember where you parked when you finally come out again."

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  52. "It's not dented too bad. Do you think Dad will notice?"

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  53. "Free to good home..needs a little work"

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  54. beauty can be found in most unexpected places, if you only look close enough

    I'm seriously smitten with the photo!

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  55. Can you hear me now?

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  56. Is that where I left the car!

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  57. reduce your pain! this scrap can be transformed to be a useful thing...or things!

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  58. Exclusive Listing: Big Foot's Summer Home! Upgrades, Great Neighborhood, Value Priced! Won't last long!

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  59. Ummm, wonder if I can make it look a little better.... maybe stick a few crystals here and there.... maybe add a few beads.....

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  60. Think we missed the corner Dear....

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  61. Husband: "Now, when we get back to the house, don't say a word! Let me tell your mother."
    Son: "Maybe she'll like it."
    Husband: "Son, I'm pretty sure she's talking about her beads when she says she prefers a more 'rustic and vintage look'.
    Son: "Well, ya never know."
    Husband: "Trust me on this one, son!"

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  62. "Let us not shy away from the hideous, but embrace it;
    And find the glory of God where we least expect it."

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  63. I should have had a V8...both the beverage and the engine! ;)

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  64. Doope!
    Homer Simpson

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  65. We just call it yard art. I wonder if I could bead this?

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  66. Looks like he took a wrong turn.

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  67. Patina in the quiet wood.....

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  68. Perfect beading location just inside the woods... surrounded by inspiration. Just needs a lil sweepin' inside the hood and your beading mat!

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  69. On Craig's List: Great car, low mileage, unique paint treatment, gently used. OOAK, cash only, GPS coordinates for viewing upon request.

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  70. My Rustoration Project!

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  71. Emanda's rocks! But my contribution would be " What's not to love about a trusty rusty"?

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  72. What a bummer! Oh well, in my next life I want to be a hummer:)

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  73. btw, I absolutely love love love this pic!

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  74. On a cool night you can hear a Ford rust.

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  75. "Maybe we should have slowed down a little bit on that last curve."

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  76. ...should have parked it in the garage like I told you! ;)

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  77. "Guess I lost the race!" ;)

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  78. Don't worry, that'll buff out....


    april, owlape@aol.com

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  79. VickiWilson2:30 AM

    How many rusty discs, rusty pieces and rusty pendants could I make with that!!! Wow, I could make jewelry for days.

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  80. "True patina can only be achieved through patience and time"

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  81. Sitting on teh dock of the bay!!!

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  82. FOR SALE!!! Needs a litle work!!!

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  83. You want me to use THIS as my focal point for my Bead Soup?

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  84. What?? It's our new lawn planter! Just look at how many flowers we can plant in her!

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  85. Beads can fix any problem...

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  86. about how my body feels at 53, what will another 20 bring???

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