It looks interesting, is it Don Quixote?xoxoxo ♡
No, it is a waiter. I did one for my parent's restaurant many moons ago but it has gone who knows where so I am doing another one that will be going in our back patio area.
It is gorgeous. I love the colours.And the blog title. Growing up, 'it is like the curate's egg, good in parts' was a phrase often heard at home...
Long time no see, Lee. Good to see that you are making tangible stuff. I love stained glass and have sometimes wondered if I should take it up. Got many cut fingers yet?
a waiter? or a waitress? The shoes and dress seem to suggest that it's a woman. I don't drink, anymore, but, if you could kindly give her my address, I'll invite someone over to drink the beer (and then leave....) You know, there's nothing so beautiful as a Dutch girl speaking to you, though you may not know the language.Well, I suppose it's the same for Scot Gals, too. Or even Australian (I still cling to the five major English languages in the world--England, Canada, Australia, the US, and, topping the population of all the others, India)But then, we all knew i was just saying how nice it would be to have a female to listen to. Or just watch, if she speaks not at all.I'll just make some chow and feed her as she desires.
Can't wait for the waiter. Isn't he gorgeous.
Moderation cuts in six days after posting.