Thursday, March 8, 2012

holes and other empty spaces (part 1)



There's a reason for holes and other empty spaces. (part 1)

11 comments:

  1. Love this.
    Love the empty spaces.

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  2. How you think of these things my dear!! So cute and so true!

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  3. The empty spaces are more important than what is there. How intriguing.

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  4. The suspense is killing me ;P

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  5. That's what I always said about that courtyard in front of the Louvre, before they placed that pyramid there. I know that's not really what you meant here, but it reminded me of that...

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  6. Oh,Debbie,
    I love this post and your throughs. Me, too. I always tell my dear frineds about the holes tell macaroni from spaghetti!!
    Cheers, Sadami

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  7. Simply wonderful!!

    I just found a bunch of your previous comments marked as "suspicious" by my email program. I'm on the lookout now!

    Thanks for all the visits I've missed. I always enjoy seeing your magical etegames :)

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  8. Aaaahhhhh. Hahha. Yes, the spaces are necessary. How cleverly funny.

    Debbie, your comment on my blog was so sweet. You just made my day, my week. I had a really awful week. Pffft. Geesh, it was just disgusting. Thank you for the picker upper.

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  9. I know you said in the last post cleverness wasn't everything, but I do think these are clever. I don't see why you can't be both clever and kind, and it seems to me that you are. Nice job!

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  10. that what I learned in my art classes. know your empty spaces. I love the Japanese garden scissors. Tomoe

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  11. Debbie, I got your "Hole for gripping", it's wonderful, as usual. Thank you for sending! Your talent just shines.....

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