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01/06/2017 § 10 Comments
I have reason to worry;
I have reason to fret.
I know I’m a river,
but I don’t feel wet.
A mural by Terry Fortkamp in the Emergency Room waiting area at O’Bleness Memorial Hospital, Athens, Ohio.
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Nothing like bringing the outside inside.
Nice picture. It gives people something look at and think about rather than whatever they are in the ER. I’ve never seen anything interesting
like that in an ER waiting room.
I’ve had more than one occasion to “enjoy” the mural while stuck in the waiting area.
That’s an awesome photo John. I wonder if that was painted straight onto the wall, or if it was painted elsewhere and either printed to go on there or attached to it.
It was painted straight onto the wall by the artist.
I was on a different track thinking, “That’s a pretty cool model railroad.”
…. 🙂 so lovely made me smile. Thank you dear John. By the way, I changed my blog to private and I sent an invitation to you, maybe you didn’t catch it it was coming with word press notifications. If you wish you can make a request or let me know I can send another invitation too. Sorry for this. Love, nia
He said he would paint a wall and it would be huge.
They dryly replied that he was all wet.
He brushed off the remarks and pulled out his spray paint and his markers to show how he was Copicing with the medium.
**** Copic 😀
I discovered this new word by way of Millie Ho’s post. 🙂
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