I have my friend Marianne to thank for this mural. Your guess is as good as mine. What do you think it represents?
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So, in order that we can all be together next year (I certainly hope so!) we'll pass on our celebration, at least together. I still plan on making a Thanksgiving dinner, but my son will come and pick it up.
The lady on the bench could be me, minus a few years and the crutches, and the statues could represent my family holding their heads and saying, "Oh, woe!"
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL OF YOU WHO CELEBRATE, TOGETHER OR SEPARATELY.
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Mother and child.
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Phrases like "Beautiful downtown Burbank," "Sock it to me," and my favorite, "Blow in my ear and I'll follow you anywhere" are still around.
I thought of the latter immediately when I was this bas-relief of Pan blowing into a very androgenous woman's armpit.
What would I do if someone blew into my armpit? Giggle, I guess.
Also, while researching the phrase, I came across Robert Crowe's post from April 2019.
The quote above his name on this mural translates as "Freedom is the right to tell people what they do not want to hear." Not sure what that has to do with Partizan Football Club, but anyway...
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You can read about him right here.
If you google him, you'll see the statue is a good likeness.
It was 11 a.m. This man had just finished a glass of white wine and an espresso, and now took to his phone. And I to my camera. (I did NO...