...a male & female point of view...We are two former coworkers who share similar ideas on what's absurd...or just plain funny...thought we could offer a unique view on life & stuff...

Tuesday, November 20, 2007


The Pleiades, (1885, oil on canvas) by Elihu Vedder.
According to Greek mythology, the Pleiades were the seven daughters of Atlas & the nymph Pleione. The swirling ribbons were meant to symbolize the pleasures of the vine (I just liked the colors & the swirly-ness).

What did I like here?

They were setting up the Victorian Christmas tree.

Do you see why I love places like this? What's not to appreciate?

& he was singing too.

I just thought she looked like you'd think an art museum patron would look like.

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