As a child of the ’80s, I remember growing up with the best music on the radio. But the best t.v. shows and sitcoms have definitely come from no other decade than… dun dun dun…. the smooth and chillin 1990’s. … Continue reading
One of my all time favorite on-line destinations is the one of “All Things Weird and Wonderful” by Dark Roasted Blend. Here, you can find beautiful art in all sorts of places and on all sorts of things. Weird gadgetries, … Continue reading
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I just came across this video from The Nutcracker the Motion Picture and it just flooded me with wonderful memories from Christmases long ago…. Enjoy!
I visited Houston’s Museum of Printing History recently and got my fill (again) of the beautiful antique presses and the gorgeous wood blocks and printing plates. For those of you who love antiquey items, non-computer-generated, old-fashioned prints–this place is like … Continue reading
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Here’s a photo I shot of the Candy Making machine from Ian Fleming’s beloved childhood flick Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! Pott’s Toot Sweet Machine! I shot this picture at San Antonio’s Ripley’s Believe it or Not!
For all of those who are Disney fanatics, like me, here are some words to live by…from the man himself! All your dreams can come true if you have the courage to pursue them. – Walt Disney If you can … Continue reading
Personally, I love odd marketing tactics, and this is one great example! A company tagged their logo on a trash bin! Somebody’s trash is another person’s blogging topic!
Recently I saw an IMAX film at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. It brought back some fond memories of field trips to the IMAX when I was in grade school. The film is called KILIMANJARO It was such a … Continue reading