Saturday, May 3, 2008

Paint Your Wagon


Created in the old log shop in Olympia, I was having more fun than I could imagine.

9 comments:

Elizabeth said...

I always felt that this picture expressed your ebullient attitude toward life.

Dwight said...

Ebullient?

Ann said...

I remember how much fun Dad had with showing off this piece - he was so pleased with what you had done. Personally, I think you should open your shop and teach classes on "how to".

Steve said...

I was told that there were $2.00 words out there, but I didn't know that they really existed till now. I told Judy the other day that I knew a half dozen 50 cent words that I tried to scatter out though the year in attempt to sound smart, but,,,, . Now, with my sometimes checkered past I'm afraid to find out the meaning. Oh well, it came from Elizabeth, I trust her.

Dwight said...

WordNet: ebullient
Note: click on a word meaning below to see its connections and related words.
The adjective has one meaning:

Meaning #1: joyously unrestrained
Synonyms: exuberant, high-spirited
Translations: Ebullient
Dansk (Danish)
adj. - livlig, overstrømmende, boblende, kogende

Nederlands (Dutch)
uitgelaten

Français (French)
adj. - exubérant, plein de vie

Deutsch (German)
adj. - überschwenglich

Ελληνική (Greek)
adj. - αναβράζων, κοχλάζων, που ξεχειλίζει, εκδηλωτικός, ενθουσιώδης, διαχυτικός

Dwight said...

don't question Liz.

Elizabeth said...

That lets me off really easy! Thanks for the validation, Dwight. Didn't I use a very apt word to describe our little brother?

Dwight said...

I don't know what it means. Ebullient sounds like something else.

Judy said...

This inlay was what made the movie fun for me. To think that you could make the pattern of the face of Lee Marvin, much less turn it into wood veneer, recognizes more than one gift that you have. Where do you hang this?