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Cathy is tired
April 20, 2009, 7:31 pm
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That’s what you do on Facebook–talk about yourself in the third person. Cathy is tired. Cathy is bored. Cathy is lucky to be alive. We had a lot of people over at the house this weekend. Still questioning the wisdom of that. Anyway, here’s a picture of Erika’s dog, Roscoe:

Roscoe is taking a nap on the floor of Erika and Aaron’s new welding garage. It’s huge. Right now there’s only a dog in it but by next weekend there will be a forge and all kinds of other metal working stuff in it. This is their forever home, too, so no more moving and re-moving materials after this time. It’s exciting. I bring it up because I’ll probably hang out here from time to  time when I get bored of looking at my own junk. A cursory walk around the place revealed many cool picture opportunities. It’s right in a scrapyard. Yup, something to do this summer.

In other news…I made some more pills:

Aren’t they cute? The lettering on the bead part is getting better, which is encouraging. I’ll have these with me at Bead and Button, if you want any. Right now I have to go home and clean the kitchen.

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Where is it?! The garage. So awesome. Great pic of Roscoe!

Comment by Miriam

It’s at All Metals Recycling on Park Street. Don gave Roscoe his shirt so the doggie could have a little lie-down on the cold floor.(I thought that was cute.)Anyways, You would like this place–there’s very unused railroad tracks running behind it with lots of graffitti-ed metal walls and piles of metal. There’s a place on the tracks where you can stand and just see sky and a big pile of scrap. Really cool looking. Bring your camera. It will probably look different when there’s leaves on the trees. Personally, I was excited to be there just knowing how excited Erika must be to have her studio in a scrap metal yard. We walked down the tracks and found railroad ties and giant bolts and all kinds of crap just lying on the ground. It’s a really positive move. I can’t wait to see what they do there!

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