Monday, June 16, 2014

Blue Ridge Parkway Sirens and More Mirror Jokes...

My Artwork

I always work hard to put the "life" in still lifes!

karenstilllifecopyrightKaren's Gift    Original  30"x40"  Acrylic Painting     $2430

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at   KENDALL KESSLER ART

applepeartwirlcopyrightApple and Pear Twirl    Original 9"x20" Oil Painting   $360

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at  KENDALL KESSLER ART

joggercopyrightJogger  Original Oil Painting has been Sold

Prints on Paper or Canvas Available at    KENDALL KESSLER ART

Blue Ridge Parkway Way Sirens

The Lorelei live in the pools of Ashville, NC and here is the Native America legend regarding their existence! They are said to live in pools of rapidly flowing water.

The Lorelei are sirens that appear to travelers that stop for a drink in the heat of the day.  They appear to be beautiful women.  It is said that soft music can be heard blending in with the sounds of the water. 

Travelers see a beautiful woman beckoning to them.  When the traveler reaches out their hand to touch the lovely image, they are drawn into the water by cold slimy hands. A skull appears, a loud laugh, and then silence.

Life with The Word and Bird Man - Clyde Kessler

As I have said before, I think my husband is very good-looking. He was when we were young and he still is now.  

He doesn't share that opinion and is always making jokes about his appearance.

The latest one is that the mirrors have 911 on speed dial and they hit it whenever he looks at his reflection.  The cops are really getting tired of answering all the calls.

Just three more Days until the next Blue Ridge Discovery Center Event!

Mexican Restaurant in Independence, Va
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For the next gathering I thought we'd meet around 5:00, June 19th at the Mexican restaurant in Independence. Please join us! Contact Eva Floyd with questions 276.579.2464 The Beak of the Finch by Jonathan Weiner On a desert island in the heart of the Galapagos archipelago, where Darwin received his first inklings of the theory of evolution, two scientists, Peter and Rosemary Grant, have spent twenty years proving that Darwin did not know the strength of his own theory. For among the finches of Daphne Major, natural selection is neither rare nor slow: it is taking place by the hour, and we can watch. In this dramatic story of groundbreaking scientific research, Jonathan Weiner follows these scientists as they watch Darwin's finches and come up with a new understanding of life itself. The Beak of the Finch is an elegantly written and compelling masterpiece of theory and explication in the tradition of Stephen Jay Gould.

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