Hello. We spent a good two hours creating what will become three toss pillows but, as long as I can get all of the fabrics and trimmings, it was time well spent. The fun part about my industry are the creative aspects. Robert Allen, Greeff, Fabricut and Kravet are four textile houses needed to make three pillows. Hey, whatever it takes. I finished two Roman Shades that evening and they look very much like ribbon candy, shampooed a neighbor's carpets Sunday morning, well, some of them, she did the rest and then I headed to the city to wrap art around me for a few hours at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I really needed that. As you already know, you can rent headphones and many of the pieces have a narrative recorded for that specific work. You can also listen to your IPod but that somehow defeats the purpose. Van Gogh's 'Sunflowers' was there as usual as was 'Spring Sale at Bergdorf's" and I love that one. Marcel Duchamps: Étant donnés was given a lot of floor space but I just don't get it. Call me a Traditionalist. When you have to look through two holes in a large wooded door,well, to each his/her own. Today's photo is "Wild Flowers Framed Oil Painting: originally priced at $264.00 but after yesterday's trek to the Art Museum now sells for $2,640,000.99. Shipping extra. On this day in 1937, JRR Tolkien's "The Hobbit" was published. Have a great day. Appreciate beauty in every form.