‘corner of the roof’

https://www.yenji.com.sg/67769-metformin-uk.html this is a favorite proverb of mine:

http://yuryraguzman.com/14397-exelon-price.html “better to live on a corner of the roof than share a house with a quarrelsome wife”.

label http://www.missbreebrisbaneescort.com/29443-priligy-uk.html you better believe it.

buy ventolin online when i start to feel all snarly and discontent

assume bactrim costo i remind myself of this.

http://jethealthinc.com/?p=5973 no man of mine is gonna wish he was on the roof.

http://nekanet.com/2013/06/18/denim-jacket-short-torn/ when i think of a roof,

i think of a pagoda.  no idea why.

the new england roofs of my childhood are nothing like them.

i’ve never even seen one in real life.

still, that’s what comes to mind at the mention of the word.

amazingly intricate and interesting.

442-5247B-B-R18Ai was aiming to capture

both of these things in this new cuff design.

the way the increasing creates a textural ‘x’

across the top of the square is pagoda-like to me.

IMG_4373crop27do you see it?

now that roofy-ness on my arm

is a good reminder to take a deep breath and be grateful

no matter what.  and always.

pagoda pic from www.novaexperience.net.

‘corner of the roof’ taken from 25:24 in proverbs.

4 thoughts on “‘corner of the roof’

  1. Your cuff is very pretty! And I can definitely see the pagoda idea in it’s shaping. Funny. I noticed the picture of it in the top right pattern section before I got to the photo of it in the post. Liked it right away, even though I wasn’t sure what it was! Would it make an interesting top for a hat, I wonder. A pagoda hat…. 🙂

    • i like the pagoda hat idea. the trick would be how to make the edges work. maybe four flaps that got seamed together. will have to think about that one.

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