For a short while anyway.
I made Mr. Jenny haul my over-head projector down out of the closet and set it up for me. I dragged the dresser out to the over-head projector. I tried over-head projecting. And tried again. I just couldn't get the darned machine to work right.
Finally, Mr. Jenny came out to see what I was doing. "What are you doing?" he said, quizzically.
"Trying to use this stupid over-head projector," I replied.
"Ummm..." he looked a little nervous, "Don't you have to use a transparency or something?"
Geez! Who knew!
So I trotted over to Kinko's and spend another 93 cents of my $5.00 project budget and had them make the tattoo design into a transparency.
I'm gonna be honest. It worked a whole lot better.
Here's my tattoo dresser project as it continues. It's looking kind of scary at this point, but don't worry. I'll worry enough for us both, okay?
...and in a totally non-tattoo-dresser related segue...when I picked up Morgan for preschool on Monday she told me that a mosquito had landed on her over the weekend. "Oh Gwamma," she said with her big blue eyes shining, "That mosquito just landed on me and made me all sting-ly."
More dresser project on Friday!
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