dreadedcandiru2 (dreadedcandiru2) wrote,
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On the subject of spot art....

As we have long known, Lynn likes to fill her collections, treasuries and calendars with what's known as spot art. This refers to the sort of candid, slice-of-life pictures that show daily life. One of said examples is used as our current Halloween banner: the one in which Elly helpfully asks the man at the candy counter if there are sugar- and additive-free Halloween treats to make Liz's life more glum.

The reason that I mention this is that we're going to be spending an awful lot of time having to look at this sort of thing owing to a new doomed-to-fail initiative: Steph trying to get Lynn to sell the stuff and tidy up her garage. My guess is that it's going to travel down the same path as the treasuries, plushies and golf club covers: Lynn will insist in more control and wreck the thing.
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