Love it! One of my friends made a special point of directing me to your post today. Sadly even the trapdoor might not get the job done. ;-)
Unfortunately, I think Stacey's right about the trapdoor not being a guarantee. But maybe Ms. Mystery Cat will decide to defend her new territory against intruders. We can always hope.
Trapdoor... in which lurks a trapdoor spider, perhaps?
I am an eight grade student, and I would like to write a research paper on your art and life for my english class. So far I have not been able to find very much information. Do you know of any websites or interviews you have done that might help? Thank you,Siera Hanks
Kelly: you have no ideaStacey: true, but it's a work in progress. Will keep you postedMelissa P: heh. I always hope. If not, I'd have given up long ago.spacedlaw: indeed!DavidK: Yo David! Too long behind working together---email me soon.Siera: Cool! There are a couple of articles. If you're on an rss feed you won't see them---go to www.lisasnellings.com and click on the articles "Lisa explains..." And you can always google me. There's tons of stuff to sift through. Let me know how it turns out and hope you get a great grade!
Reminds me of the eye-covered moss/lichen that Sarah walks past at the beginning of her journey in Labyrinth. Fun!
Thank you thank you thank you. That made me Laugh Out Loud.
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