Posts Tagged ‘memorial day’

Emilio_PucciRarely do we think of shoes when we describe the designs of Emilio Pucci…my mind conjures up swirls of brightly hued color. (Follow this link for a tour of ‘vintage’ Pucci designs) The dragon carved wedge sandals jumped off the page of the May Elle Magazine. Better save your pennies though…they can be yours for $4,695.

Happy Memorial Day to all who have served and are serving our country…that would include many family members including my father and father-in-law. We thank you for your sacrifice and your service.

In addition, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, to my baby sister on a milestone birthday. Don’t worry Anne…your secret is safe with me!!!

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Heinz Brummel considers himself a self taught, blue collar studio artist…“I build things and design systems”. He admires “the likes of Klee, Calder, Miro, the Bauhaus, all of those late 19th and early 20th century visionaries. Not for their direct influence upon me, but rather for being kindred spirits pulling water from the same deep archetypal well.”

Today, we celebrate Memorial Day in the United States. ..a day to remember those who have fought for the freedoms we enjoy every day. A day to remember my father and father-in-law who served in World War II, and a thank you to my nephew, Patrick, who is serving our country today…far-far from home.

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Thank You

In the US we are celebrating Memorial Day. A huge thank you to all who have served in the the United States Armed forces and to those who are presently serving around the world. Without their sacrifices our world would be a very different place. They include:

My Grandfather in World War I

My Father and Father-in-Law in World War II

Patrick, my nephew, stationed overseas

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