Please feel free to admire the excellence of Gabriella van Diepen modelling her Golden-Horned Sea Serpent.
People have asked, “Are the pieces from your new book wearable?”
Answer:photographed by Jeroen Medema
I am starting another amazingly busy day. Bri is coming over this morning to help me pack up and ship all of the Nymo cones, I have a PDF copy of Jean Power’s new book to have a peek at, and I’ve got the Wings and Horns section of our layout to finish setting images in. PRETTY EXCITING, all of it.
I very much enjoyed last night, seeing the Gigantes clinch their spot in the World Series and our eloquent President say “We have fewer horses and bayonets as well, Governor” in the debate last night. My pleasure was half at the correct use of the word “fewer” (instead of “less”) and half at seeing Obama school Mitt on what foreign policy really means.
People must understand how important it is to actually understand what you are responsible for. Obama demonstrated a clear, rational understanding of the complex nature of geopolitical maneuvering; Romney demonstrated that he thinks that Syria is Iran’s only route to “the sea.”
Stunning. And apparently, at least the seventh time he has said it. Almost like he is memorizing talking points made of utter nonsense.
No one who thinks that Iran has no seaports should be placed in charge of US foreign policy.
It’s really that simple.