Friday, February 15, 2008


Lisa, raindrops keep fallin on my head. I do give you an award since you are the only one I have ever "met" who has jumped on a trampoline to take a picture of an overturned septic tank truck in her back yard.

She also does not moimoi moi and those are fighting quote Clint, "a man must know his limitations."

I have continued to work on Sue's egret....the first, quite simple, is the best.

Everyone, read page 123 of your book over and over and over until you fall are getting very tired. Your eyes are heavy and you are breathing deeping. Clear your mind of all worries. You will write a nice comment here....yes, sleep, fall asleep. Do not moimoi moi. Yes, close your eyes.


Lisa Sarsfield said...

Ok. I am sure I have said 'I love this'...a million times before on this blog and each time I mean it sincerely so this time I need to upgrade a bit and go with 'wow utterly love this!" Because this slice and dice makeover seriously rocks! The rain on my clothes line never looked so good! I love how you kept the clarity and shape of the raindrops and I love your colours. water+sun=rainbows, is this a happy coincedence? Whatever the reason, I like this! and I wanna know the secret..I promise not to tell...I am going to post this version on my blog to your cred ofcourse:)
Thankyou for the award, lovely suprise:) I need to figure out how to get blogger to accept them, blogger dosn't like me most days. Sob.
(ps It was a recyling truck,not septic truck- can I still keep my award? Puh-leease?)

Lisa Sarsfield said...

PPS: I am plotting a little something. I'll be back!

John (Copyright JMM 2007-2008) said...

Crap, septic is my word of the day.

Have to use it five times.

Keep it but now you must recycle it rather than flush it.

Sweet Irene said...

I don't think that raindrops fall on my washing lines quite as artistically as they fall on Lisa's washing lines. It must have something to do with New Zealand type of rain and the quality of the washing lines.

Your treatment of them is quite nice. I love the purple and green and have stolen the image for future use.

Do you never want to be toitoi toid again, or is it just an idle threat? If I run up against a really good one, do I endanger our friendship for ever if I toitoi toi?

Your hypnotism went as far as me leaving a nice comment here. I didn't fall asleep, which is good, because I just got up. Does it work on hiccups?

Lisa Sarsfield said...

John, Something for you on my art blog. Bring your sense of humour with ya!

Bobbie said...

But John, my mantra is moimoi John, not do not moimoi John. are funny. I will close my eyes while reading my latest book about lucid dreaming. I'm sure I will dream moimoi John.

Kris Cahill said...

John, will you never learn to not tell all the ladies what to do? Try using psych.ol.ogy. Say you want to be moimoi'ed every day.

I see Beatles lyrics in the New Zealand rain. Lovely, I do so love the text mixed in with those lovely images and the colors rock!

dianeclancy said...

Hi John,

I really like this one!! And Lisa, congrats on your award!!

~ Diane Clancy