Yes! This is my very own birdhouse! Sweepy is proudly guarding it. The keepers of the pigeons in my last post made this for me. Of course I designed it and told them how I wanted it done and the next day the birdhouse was done made from wood scraps they found around them! Oh what highly creative people! And do you know that people who can visualize verbal instructions (like directions, designs etc.) and implement them are people who are good in mathematics and art? So for executing my dream birdhouse based on verbal instructions, here's my Super ShoutOuts ThankYou to my dream team: Ricky, Henry, Erwin, and their mom Flor! Look at how these smart kids made the house of their pigeons which I featured in my last post:
Imagine if these kids have the right materials and tools. . . (Yes, my restless brain is presently computing cost and possible projects with them!) . . . Most of my friends know that I wanted a birdhouse which I can paint and decorate. And they were quite frustrated when they try to give me the typical birdhouse with metal or wooden walls that encase the birds! And I would shake my head and tell them that although the birdhouses were beautiful (oh, they are!) what I wanted was a birdhouse and not a birdcage. . . .
And this is how I wanted it! I wanted to give the free flying birds around Heaven a nice house where they can sit, sing, eat, take a nap, do yoga or whatever ;-) and be able to to do all that and fly free any time and every time they feel like it! And since this is an ongoing art project (art in progress) I will be featuring the finished work in my studio blog when I'm done with painting and decorating it. Ooopsy, another pending job. Sigh!