It was named that

Before  reverting it back to its original state, as original canvas- with original canvas formula- it was named change room. Change room one. That is what it was named. Original canvas leaning on- was change room two- now, this is the life. Painted with This is the Life formula.

It’s the first time, Original Canvas has been in the same room as This is the Life. Physically having to change rooms to get there (Not I to it). First time out the front door, since it came through there initially. With only one screw in the wall as support, it’s inevitable a shoulder give way to gravity. Lucky for corners. Lucky, This is the Life has more than one screw, not missing.

Eventually, original canvas may continue its way back to change room, once again. As with most things time related, the future outcome is unknown. A common pattern of occurrence.



11 responses to It was named that

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      Too that
      Done, finish, final
      Line bottom the is it!
      Factor it the, is what?
      , names , labels

      Hey there !

    • Jessie Martinovic – Author

      When I saw this watch yesterday , but firstly two days prior to which I had not the courage to try on, I fell in love. Not only was it the only watch with lettering causing it to be more – sore thumb- than watch , it statement is completely and utterly ridiculous . Absurd even. A clock of its sort would be a fine treasure, you are correct dear Shey !

      • I frequently find your posts illuminating.


        I hope you know that i enjoy, whatever silly response i might be tempted to leave.

      • Jessie Martinovic – Author

        Thank you Robert , I am humbled at any response you care to leave 🙂

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