I wanted to share this gem with you. Phil Sargent, whom I have never met face-to-face, painted it for me. It’s hanging in my podcast studio and I it serves as inspiration every time I’m in there, which is a lot. The texture is amazing. I’ll never forget the smell of fresh paint as I opened it for the first time. Very cool! Thanks Phil!
I know it’s tempting to think that the title of this post is an unveiled reference to my amazing intellect, but it’s not. Those of you who know me know that there can’t possibly be a connection. For the rest of you, sorry to let you down.
Instead, it’s the title of an awesome 1,000 piece jigsaw puzzle that my amazing bride put together. We bought it at Barnes and Noble. Here’s a picture to help you see the awesomeness…
Once the puzzle was close to being done, we started researching ways to preserve and mount it for displaying. We decided to use Sunsout Puzzle Preserver and Glue to glue the pieces together and provide a protective coating. Before applying the glue, we needed to flatten the puzzle on a hard surface. We read somewhere that a rolling pin is good to use, but we don’t have one, so we used a full bottle of wine instead. That’s actually much better because when you’re done, you get to drink the wine.Continue reading