paintings, and cupcakes to the congregation.
The North Grove's Uta was there with her assemblage of the unusual.
Wine cork necklace
Uta's Matchbox Art
I hocked a few fish, snake plants, and painted coconuts.
Outside antique cars were lazin' in the sun. I was crazy 'bout this 1950 Willys Jeepster. Unfortunately, my dad had the boring hardtop model. Once our family climbed in after a movie and it would not start. When my father mentioned that the key slot felt funny, we realized we were in a stranger's car.
After an hour we packed up and went home. Much of the money made selling Little Shop of Horrors cupcakes
-and everything else- went to support the church's youth summer program.
PS: In you're looking for painted chicken bones, Uta's the one.
Until the next'n,
Yes, I look a little wacky here but posing with a painted chicken bone can bring out the silly in you.