Mailbox Art


That is the back side of our mailbox. When I was painting our house number on it I wanted to test the paint so I drew a little stick figure on the back where few would see figuring I would make my mistakes there.

Inside of Mailbox

This is the view from the other side looking deep inside the mailbox. I think I may have lost some mail. Perhaps I should have gotten a shorter mailbox. Think of this being Harry Potterish – rather like his tents.

Pig in Mailbox

Here is the pig who lives in the mailbox that people had asked to see after I posted about the mailbox before. Not high art but then I was painting the pig blind. I had to reach way in with the tip of the brush and couldn’t see past my hand as I worked on the pig. Pretty good considering… :)

Outdoors: 74°F/58°F Partially Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 70°F/67°F

Daily Spark: Don’t panic, it’s not time to panic yet, when it is time to panic I will let you know. Then, when all else fails, flail.

About Walter Jeffries

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2 Responses to Mailbox Art

  1. Sal says:

    Very good! And thanks!

  2. Karen B in northern Idaho says:

    Re that Daily Spark:

    “When in distress or in doubt, run in circles, scream and shout!” (Robert Heinlein, I think?)


    “I’m not panicking. I’m watching you panic. It’s much more entertaining.” (from one of the Start Trek shows or movies)

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