Free Staff Paper
Has anybody ever tried
to write music on a
are on their way
Potential Saure Gurken
dreaming of a career *
in a "Market for Lemons"
Saure Gurke: Gherkin,
also "lemon" as in
"that car was a lemon"
German title of Nobel Laureate
George Akerlof's 1970 paper
"The Market for Lemons"
© 2010 by Merisi
I really love that pic! It's like an IKEA Post Card Image :-)
BTW in Virginia they changed the law,
"ecological drying sypplies" are now allowed in your back yard. That is true!
I love the one with the pegs :-).. now I know where the word washing line comes from :-)ReplyDelete
Love the word Wäscheleine! Lovely images, as always, Merisi.ReplyDelete
Merisi! Who would have EVER thought that a photo of clothes pins on a wash line would look so fabulous! And yes, it does look like a music staff.........I would have never thought of that until you mentioned it. How colorful and fun your post is today!! Happy Monday.....ReplyDelete
Lovely compositions! And the one with the tulips absolutely sings!ReplyDelete
The tulips look like a more luscious mouthful than the cukes!ReplyDelete
Diese Wascheleine (sorry no umlaut!) macht sicherlich fur meine Inspiration (if that is the right word:) )!ReplyDelete
Hah! I never thought to write music on Wäscheleine! Ingenious, Merisi. Love all your recent posts. Keep 'em coming! =)ReplyDelete