While trying (and failing) to create some sort of folded/creased sculptures, I happily discovered this composition of crossing lines on one of the discarded pieces of paper.
For my penultimate 365 image, I asked friends on Facebook to help me with a few ideas for today.
“Each man should frame life so that at some future hour fact and his dreaming meet.”
Thinking outside the box. That is something we hear quite often.
“Winter is the time for comfort, for good food and warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and for a talk beside the fire.”
We picked up our Christmas tree for the house today. It wasn’t quite a Charlie Brown tree, but it was probably one of the smallest they had. We went to a place in Riverwest off of Humboldt Boulevard in Milwaukee called Kellners Greenhouses. It doesn’t look like much from the street but you don’t see the huge greenhouses stretching back a half a block from the road.
These are my son’s old alphabet stacking blocks. And he loves playing with them. Well, I have to admit, that I love playing with them too. Spelling out words, seeing how high I can stack them, building pyramids – all the things a middle aged man is supposed to do, right? No, you say?