Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Wordless Wednesday... left out in the rain!

17 comments:

Heather said...

That is a neat picture, with all the colors! I like your metal work too!

Kelli in TN said...

What a fun picture!!

Lisa said...

Nooooooo, heart breaks, drops to ground...thud.

I hope they are ok. Did the wood swell? Can you tell I am attached to my colored pencils? They are not a cheap replacement item.

I like the textures you created on your metal work :-)

Paula said...

So that is what the end of the rainbow looks like!

Mama Peep said...

GASP!!! Tell me they were cheap crayola pencils!!

The horror.....

Patricia

Beautiful picture...HAPPY WW!

Kysha said...

What a pretty pencil rainbow!

SKELLER said...

oops. I'm also hoping they were cheapies and not the Prismacolors.

Laurie said...

Oh, I always look forward to your WW pic! Again, just lovely.

Tina said...

Aye... Don't you just love when it happens? NOT!

But look on the bright side, it made a wonderful WW photo! :o)

sleepy jeanne said...

cool picture :-)

Kat said...

Our kids seem to do similar things. I cannot tell you how many pencils, crayons, books - gasp, yes books, stuffed animals...have been left outside in the rain. I need to stop believing them when they say they brough everything inside.

Michele said...

Was someone trying to make a rainbow?

Michele

Meliss said...

Nice. Did Mr. Nobody do that? Mr. Nobody left my toddler's hat out in the rain this week. I am glad that you got a good picture out of it!

The Ridge School said...

They were a mix of cheap ones and a couple watercolor ones as well. Thankfully, all was fine; they still color as well as before. The artist, that shall go nameless, got a bit of a lecture about leaving her supplies outside. Glad everyone liked it.

LisaWA said...

Im late to the party! *Ü*

Glad the pencils lived! I agree, not cheap to replace... but I loved her display! *Ü*

Happy WW!!

Lisawa

Laurie said...

Oh, post more! I have you bookmarked! Lovin' ya!

Christine said...

What a great photo! I hope your pencils survived!!