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I started this painting about 4 days ago. Came up with it with insomnia last week at 2;30 in the morning. I heard about a bacon shortage in recent months and it's so strange that this came to mind last week having to do with it. I have been trying to squeeze in time here and there with being so busy preparing for my husband coming home soon from the hospital. I was excited about how it's turning out so far that I had to share it. Hope some of you get a laugh and figure out why it's called "The Bacon Shortage"
I can pound down a whole pound of bacon in one sitting. Love bacon!
Scratch and sniff would be awesome!
I was viewing an artist's work recently and he claimed to use scented candle wax in the work so I leaned forward and smelled the canvas. Well, wouldn't you? Of course, as I did it someone looked at me funny and I told them, "He uses scented candle wax." She leaned forward and smelled it too. It didn't smell scented to either of us.
Interactive art is awesome and would go well with your type of work.
Happy to hear the hubs is coming home. I wish him wellness. :-)
Thanks Ann. @Jani hmm scented wax, interesting thought. I don't think I would want to paint something that smells. I could just see clients complaining down the line that their house smells like bacon all the time lol, what if they're vegetarians?
Oh great - we had "ham beans" and cornbread for supper. Ham beans - my wife's version is a huge hambone with lot's of meat left on it and pinto beans - personally - I prefer great northers - but either will be tasty with that ham bone boiled till the meat falls off and flavors the whole pot.
The wife's favorite food is Apple wood or brown sugar cured bacon. I think she would eat it every meal - breakfast, lunch on a "blt" with no L, and for supper as the main course.
Bacon is sooo awful for us humans with all the chemicals/preservatives in it, but I have to say it is one of my favorite things to have if I am near some , It it an oxymoron to say Pig out on Bacon? or what would that be called? redundant? lol or cannibalism?