Not rain IN bottles.
No, bottles like raindrops falling into the pool.
We knelt poolside and fished them out.
At one time, we did have a pool! And did have multitudes of croaking frogs keeping us awake! And literally had to catch them to have some peace at night. We did release them elsewhere-picture this two people scurrying towards a park with frogs in buckets!!!
Froggy concerts are vastly overrated to induce slumber!
There was also a 'cattery' - 'wild' cats established nurseries on our grounds.
After they had wooed eloquently right outside our bedroom windows -
a veritable 'feline lovers lane" ;-) And tiny kittens, like willow wisps, scurried hither and thither. Too fast to catch, they hid under shrubs and abundant vegetation ;-)! I felt that when THEIR time came they simply returned to that 'nursery place' which may have been imprinted on their minds?
Well, but I digress from the dream of raining bottles...
I did however looked at some 'Rene Magritte
(Nov 21, 1898 - Aug 15, 1967-Belgian Surrealist)' Paintings recently!
Who really IS a favorite artist!
His art just calls for huge imagination on the side of its viewers.
Who must dare to question the reality/reason for being of what they sees around them.
Like this one:"mankind in free fall?"
A prediction of times to come after 9/11?
And then there is this -
eerily reminding me of "big brother is watching"! Had Magritte read Orwell? One wonders!
And - wouldn't you say - Magritte was way ahead of his time with this as well?which, IMO, could very well depict the
loneliness, in these times, of a hard core smoker :-)?
And with this one:
"Bottled Life" or "Life in the bottle?"
Subtitled perhaps as
"In the clouds"- Essence for a Luftmensch?
"Heartburn ";-) - Advertisement for Maalox?
and"In Vino Femina" ;-)?
I really enjoy letting my imagination get away with me
- in a purely ironic way, of course ;-).
And on the Hockey Front:
It looks ever more iffy for Khudobin, since the Wild have re-signed Harding as BUG for one more year!
He re-signed a two way contract! And his fans are ecstatic!