Jean Dixon Sanders
Jean Dixon Sanders has been a painter and graphic designer for 30 years. A graduate of Washington College, where she majored in fine art, She lives in Florida. She contributes several weekly illustrations to The Chestertown Spy. Her blog, Fine Art Daily, can be seen at www.jeandsanders.blogspot.com
Every day I try to paint & share a bit of my world & work. This is life with Best Beloved, the Pouting Princess, Tall Boy, cats, the weedy garden and the dust bunny-ridden house. I also offer friendly and professional illustration & design services. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit http://www.chestertownspy.com, too!
Fine Art Daily - November 1, 2010
Counting down to Thanksgiving
© Jean Dixon Sanders 2010
November 1, 2010
Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit, tibbar, tibbar, tibbar. Have I got it right now, Meems?
And now the countdown to Thanksgiving has begun. Although I suspect that some of my Gentle Readers are more interested in the H&M opening in Palm Beach on Friday... It is time to assess the china and silver, and see how many emergency trips we will need to make to Williams-Sonoma (which happens to be in the same mall as the new H&M). The gravy boat is fine, but one of the big, ancestral blue and white platters has sprung a big crack. Might have to wander south to acquire another. Maybe on Friday. Oh, the possibilities!
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