a past time. my maine backyard and beyond...
ferme du temps passe, avec une histoire...
I like tattered and weather worn old barns.
ohhh i love this barn and this is a great post for mr. sendak!
RIP, Maurice Sendak. What a guy! Proves that a college education is not for everyone...he did very well without one.Your quotes and photo are terrific memorials for Sendak!
Great tribute to a great man. His books will live on through many generations of kids to come!
a great old barn, just the same.
What a nice tribute!
Worn and tattered in its old age but still useful. A few new boards and nails and it could last another 83 yrs.
Birdman -- So sad to lose such a wonderful artist and storyteller -- I read his books to my children. NPR radio has an interview they had with Sendak that you can listen to at this link: http://www.npr.org/2012/05/08/152248901/fresh-air-remembers-author-maurice-sendakIt is an excellent interview. -- barbara
Wonderful tribute, to a favorite writer of my family and many others. NPR had a nice segment on him too.
A little TLC will go a long way.
he left an indelible mark on generations of readers.
Wonderful author and artist...
Give this old barn a wide berth, Birdman. It is going to rumble pretty soon.I went to a local toy store yesterday looking for some Wild Things dolls to use in a Sendak tribute. He lived in Connecticut for decades, so I figured I owed him a blog send-off. Couldn't find what I wanted.