Sunday, 4 December 2011

TAKE A WORD - NUMBERS


NUMBERS is our word for inspiration this week at Take a Word and that reminded me of a strange occurrence I encountered the other day.  I was taking my morning constitutional when from an open window I heard someone quote : to be or not to be, that is the question.  On turning I saw a mother cradling her baby whilst she quoted, and I wondered if it was a little early to be teaching her wee one the plays from Shakespeare!

Credit to NumbBumm and Ruby Blossom whilst the fonts are courtesy of Obsidian Dawn.

Thank you for looking.


17 comments:

Lizbethem said...

Oh, Ann, this is so marvelous!Bravo!

bluegiraffe (Sherry) said...

This is wonderful!!! You've really inspired me today, Ann!

johanna said...

you clever, clever girl!! i just LOVE your contributions, always so inspiring!

Ozstuff said...

A brilliant take on "numbers", Ann. I love how you have worked the numbers into the famous quote. A standing O from moi!

Christine said...

Hi, Ann! Elegant and creative as always!

Grannie Annie said...

Always and everlastingly fantastic Ann!!!

Gayle Page-Robak said...

Interesting inspiration to your beautiful art piece. Great job! Love it.

indybev said...

HA! The bard would appreciate this very clever piece, Ann. I know I do!

Pushpa said...

Love your work. Intresting inspiration.

Judy said...

A very learned lot those Yorkshire folk, Ann, would have to be to be neighbours of yours even though some have the most peculiarities!!! What I'm 'trying' to say is 'Classic' in more ways than one!!!
(Believe it or not I did not feel the earthquake, DP standing 2 metres away did!!)

Junibears said...

Just brilliant Ann! Beautifully crafted! xx

Sim said...

Your neighbour's story is just to relate!
Wonderfull Ann!

linda said...

How Cool is this! Great take on the theme!

peggy gatto said...

Hmmmmm, let me think!
I think
to be!!!!!!!
Fun!

Anne (cornucopia) said...

Great idea for your piece!

Bill said...

I love creative topography. This is wonderful!

Electra said...

This is brilliant! I love the way you've done the quote (and yes, that IS too early, IMO) and the number 2 is amazing!