Okay so I was mostly joking on Friday about being old and stuff there's no need to go and give myself white hair.
And it wasn't just a few strands hidden up at the crown either. This was more like a big gloop all along the bottom. Almost as through I accidentally drug it through some sort of white liquid like substance. Perhaps a dye for turning things from one color to the next:I am notorious about this. When I am doing something that say requires just a touch more focus than normal I will enter into a different mind frame and won't notice a single clue my body is telling me.
There have been times when I've strained a muscle trying to stay perfectly still to get just that perfect shot, usually on tip toes or crouched down in some crazy manner. Back when I was in school it was pretty common for me to sit down for a few hours, crank out a paper and just as I was getting to the conclusion suddenly realize I had to go to the bathroom RIGHT NOW! (Or the other hilarious time I had my leg up to act like a desk and was working on another paper and the phone rang. It was a wonder I didn't fall on my face as my leg was completely dead and would barely move.)
Probably the scariest tale of this strange focus of mine was when I had to edit a video I'd shot for an honors class. I spent 10 hours locked in a small room and I only came out 3 times to go to the bathroom. Otherwise I never once wandered away from the screen.
Basically all I'm saying is that I am a freak that should be shunned and feared. Friend good? Fire bad!
Oh I also require your help, once you're done brandishing that pitchfork in my face. See I've come to realize that I should include some kind of cute little Thank You note type thing with my few random Dress painting purchases. Some shops at Etsy seem to also include say a small little sample.
So then I thought, hey what if I do a little sample only I also use it as a chance to use up most of the extra paint left over from a job. Here's what I've come up with so far:
Where do I go from here? Should I attach them to some other backing? Just write "Thank You" on the back? Or be really lazy and just slide it in with the painting in its mailing envelope?