In the interest of preserving Kathy’s identity and not subjecting her to an event of 867-5309 proportions, I’ve deleted the picture of Kathy’s logo and phone number–I wouldn’t want to subject Kathy to the full brunt of Thrifthorror’s readership, that’s like three or four calls. She says that “Artworks by Kathy” is in McAllen, Texas, which I can believe. Any amount of countrified wood with things glued to it I’d believe from Texas. But Google insists that “Artworks by Kathy” is in South Vietnam. I don’t know who to believe anymore. So I’ll let Kathy speak for herself.
Sometimes, in the great kitsch mines near San Francisco, stuff like this piles up and crushes the workers in their underground toil. I lived near those mines for a few weeks, the terrified screams of “Oh no, you DIDN’T!” still haunt my dreams.
What combination of gin and optimism gives you that specific expression? Eyes like Betty Boop, cheeks like W. C. Fields? Hair like…uh…I have no comparison point for the hair. There was that one time I left some fettucini noodles on my copy of Cooking with the Stars and when I picked them off Rue McClanahan’s cover shot ended up looking a lot like this adorable little creature.
Shortly after he designed their mascot, the Make-A-Wish Foundation fired their new art director. True story.
Goodwill on 183 near Anderson Mill. Does YOUR blog have too many readers? Make a child cancer joke, a winner in every box.