Just recently I was rummaging through my garage and came upon a bucket of the metal junk I had apparently forgotten to discard. With the launch of Empirical Whimsy, you can imagine my excitement. Rediscovered objects!
The s-hook used in this piece is one of the objects removed from the streets of Dallas. If you want a visual it’s the Walnut Hill / I-35 area of town, near liquor stores and other establishments.
I am absolutely thrilled to have turned pieces of junk into lemonade. Continue reading Resilience
This post, will showcase the opening of the Tower Hotel Courts, details about the rooms and amenities, a postcard that shows a room and a help wanted ad. I’ve thrown in a few additional details for fun. Enjoy! Continue reading The Tower Hotel Courts on Harry Hines, Part 3
– The fanciful story of Betty Bluetiful –
Before Betty started her sales career, she was Elizabeth Florence of Bluemington. She lived a content life but at the age of 40, she wanted a career change. In 1956 she responded to an advertisement offering the chance to travel, meet new people and the opportunity to spread a good clean message (ever dear to her heart). She signed on as a door-to-door saleswoman, selling Mrs. Stewart’s Liquid Bluing. Continue reading Betty Bluetiful of Mrs. Stewart’s Liquid Bluing
I tried visiting the Dior exhibit when it opened months ago but tickets were sold out. With encouragement from a friend, I booked tickets for the last weekend of the exhibit. Here are the highlights. (highlights is an understatement. You … Continue reading Dior Exhibit at the Dallas Museum of Art