Morning happiness: I’m back and baby art.

Hey all!  I’m back from Minnesota (Thursday/Friday) where I gave the mental illness talk for the third time.  This time I was not nearly as zoned out afterward, so that’s a good thing.  Then Saturday we drove to the wedding of Branden Christen and Tara Schlotz…now Christen – which was officiated by the always affable Jerry Dewitt.  Good times.  I went to the bathroom at one point and returned to find every empty chalice at the table in front of my seat:

I was then told I had a problem and needed to be cut off.  I suspect the red head is at least partially to blame.

Anyway!  Your morning happiness today is a mother who created scenes using her sleeping baby suggesting what the child may be dreaming about.  Here’s one of the pics, but you can follow this link for more of them:

Happy Monday!  I’m off to read the news.  Be back with plenty to make you despondent shortly.

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  • Nick Johnson

    We went around to three or so other tables and took their chalices also. YOU DRUNKARD!

  • islandbrewer

    That art is not made entirely out of real babies. I have been cheated, sir.

  • Zinc Avenger

    It took me a moment to realize that is supposed to be an elephant, not some sort of brain-sucking alien monster.

    I prefer my first impression.

  • Neeroc

    Wow, I would have sworn (other than the baby not looking like her babes) that that was an Adele Enersen – http://milasdaydreams.blogspot.com/2012/01/how-did-it-start-read-it-from-etsy-blog.html