Patriotic mugs, just in time for The Fourth!!
A kick-ass "rain pancho" in a moldy packet. Here it is, modeled by my handsome and brave husband: Just SOME of the cat-themed gifts given to me because, you know, I like cats and shit*:
(*Should you ever be wanting to purchase a gift for me in the future, I IMPLORE you, nothing cat-related. Mmmmkay?)
Programs from some concerts I attended. (Perhaps this begins to explain the extreme variety of my musical taste):
A collection of plastic mugs from various places of employment:A pamphlet from the Austin "Downtowner Motor Inn" from a trip my family made down here in the 1970s. Apparently, I was impressed because, you know, I kept this for like 30+ years:
Quite possibly the greatest bumper sticker of all time:
(Don't worry. I didn't throw this away. Oh HELL no. It's now gracing the door of my deep-freeze.)
This Gumby pin:
This framed piece of lace (made in China!) that actually hung in my apartment's bathroom when I lived in Birmingham. I can't believe I ever thought that this "Kountry Charm" crap was my style...
An unopened CD called, "Guitar for Lovers." I mean just LOOK at those lovers on the cover!! Sexxxy.
An extremely disturbing and creepy self-portrait of my friend Andrew in his underwear that he sent me in the mail:
My one and only trophy/crown from my one and only beauty pageant I was ever in. Miss Starlite "Talent Winner" 1983, bitches!!
This little green plastic baby:
An impressive collection of highly-intellectual literature:
Art by moi:
A Xerox of a tarot card or something called "The Emperor". I'm not really sure about this one, but I was too creeped out and superstitious to throw it away:
A contact sheet from my one and only "head shot" session from back when I thought I might try to be an actress:
A page from an elementary school class project about Texas history:
A Gilda Radner paper doll book that features costumes from her most famous characters:
A "grow your own boyfriend" thing that someone who thought I was way too single must've given me:A Stevie Ray Vaughn memorial set design drawing done for my Scene Design class in college. Yes, I'm serious: