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"I brought you flowers."
frescadp
Did I say I was going to
1. clean the house?
2. go for a walk?
3. work?
Yes, yes, I did.

Did I instead spend a couple/few hours making this exchange of Picasso's flowers?
Yes, yes, I did.

Was it worth it?
It totally was.



Dawnebeth alerted me (here) that Starsky has a poster behind his bed of two hands exchanging this bouquet of flowers, by Picasso.
I've posted the screencap here.

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So excellent--and adorable!

I am now (it's 4pm) scrubbing the bathtub and doing the morning dishes. Vacuuming next because I have been so very busy playing on LJ today--and writing on a fic.

Thanks, I really like it myself.

NOW I am going to clean the house!

You should post this on the S&H LJ community!

Thanks but...um... I'm still kinda new here... not sure how to do that:
Can you tell me?

Are you a member of these groups? (I thought I'd seen you name on at least one of them?)
http://starsky-hutch.livejournal.com/profile
http://starskyhutch911.livejournal.com/profile

Once you join either or both, you can post in the same way you post on your own page--and this picture would be perfect! The first is for just about anything S&H related, 911 is more specifically for fan created things such as fic, vids and art.

Well, how 'bout that---I AM a member of 911, and I know because I tried to sign up just now and it said, "Error: You are already a member"!
Thanks--I didn't realize it was for open posting like that!
I'll post it soon [busy today! because of all the fangirling yesterday!]--thanks for the idea.


Edited at 2016-08-26 02:55 pm (UTC)

When I first got into LJ, I bookmarked the friend's list page so that (like FB, in a way) I got all my LJ on one stream. So much easier that way. I can't wait to see what others think of your fine art.

Well, of course I couldn't resist the siren call of fandom, and I went ahead and posted it on 911 just now--thanks again for suggesting it and for encouraging me!

(That "sting me" icon just slays me!)

Totally worth it! It really is the sweetest thing, and a great allegory of their love: this burst of warmth and joy and color against the bleak, almost black-and-white surroundings - how seriously focused they are on it. (Don't care much for Picasso, but I'll never look at that poster the same!)

Thanks! I liked your allegorical read of it--I hadn't really thought of that. And yeah, I always thought that Picasso poster was kind of insipid, but not anymore!

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