We Can Work It Out

Day 256 – September 13, 2019

Blue – Friendly Friday / Candid – Cee’s B&W / Assimilate – FOWC / Sardonic – RDP / Unite – WODC

At the risk of sounding sardonic, I would like to note that these photos take care of all the prompts and that they shouldn’t need explaining. But I know that there are those who need the facts to assimilate how the relate.  My new class is a graphic design and printing class (a complete and strange change from teaching theatre for 20+ years, but that’/s a story for later).  I pretty much have a full print shop in the classroom that, I am learning, has produced jobs for the county and the public.  Our hottest, most requested, items are screen print shirts, banners and vinyl printing/cutting.  So when one of the classes brought this huge watering can with a request for this logo, it wasn’t a big deal.  Besides if I can do a job that helps to unite classes, I am all for it.  I hadn’t yet tried to do an application like this, so I was pretty pleased with the result. And when it dried and they showed me what they did with it (made a fountain with the spout pouring water into the reservoir) it looked even better.

Look Who I Found

I’m Sorry

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