Yes…I must be crazy after all these years.

It has been over one year now that I developed this blog…and…over the past 12 months I have been doing my best…to learn as much as I can about blogging and setting mine up…Then…just when I was feeling I had it set….yesterday… I fell upon something new…It is amazing how one little feature…can cause such excitement for me… one little item that has been there all the time…I just didn’t quite understand it..Crazy…yes I must be crazy. If someone had told me …twelve months ago…that I would be sitting at my computer…developing a blog of all things…tapping away day after day…I would have laughed and said THEY WERE CRAZY!!!!..But guess who’s laughing now???

So now…getting back to that little feature I mentioned…it is called “SHARE”…and you will find it at the bottom of every post from here on in… .It works like this…If you like what you read one day and want a friend to enjoy it as well….now you can share it with them!!! Now how cool is that????…..

Hi there….do you want to share?????

All you have to do …is go to the  bottom of a post… hit one of the share buttons…for example…Facebook… click on it and follow instructions in order to have that day’s post...posted on your Facebook page...or twitter or even on your blog….or whichever share you choose to use.

Whenever I found out anything remarkable, I have thought it my duty to put down my discovery on paper, so that all ingenious people might be informed thereof. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek quotes


If you have been following this site…you will have seen some teeny tiny sculptures make from the tip of pencils….here is one last picture and then below you can read about the artist.. I was surprised to find he lives in Connecticut…where I lived my first 20 yrs!!!…Look closely at the tips…and you will see the letters of the alphabet…

Brazilian born, Connecticut based, Dalton Ghetti carefully crafts the tips of pencils into amazing micro sculptures. These miniature masterpieces are a side project for the professional carpenter, who has been perfecting this art for the last 25 years. Dalton uses a razor blade, sewing needle, a sculpting knife, a steady hand and lots of patience to meticulously carve the graphite which can take anywhere between a few months to a few years. Over time he has broken many works in progress and keeps them in what he calls the cemetery collection. One of the most fascinating things about these tiny works of art is that he has never sold them, only given away to friends as gifts.


Today I have some creations to share with you… made…. using pencils….I an not sure what to call it…pencil art???…pencil sculptures????..pencil fun???…you decide.