For National Library Week 2010, I dressed up as Drew Brees. I guess you can call me the perennial “gimme” character. I always wanted an excuse to try wearing that helmet.
The library once again set up a display at the Livingston Parish Fair along with all of the parish schools. I was asked to do it about a week or two ahead of time, so I had to get it done in a short amount of time. I originally wanted to paint the artists faces and libraries, but the projector I was using wasn’t working well as a mural painting aid, so I had to go the paper route. After the display was set up, I stopped by the Fair and snapped a picture.
While I was at the fair, I bought dinner that consisted of a Polish sausage po-boy, funnel cake, and Barq’s root beer. Anna wanted a po-boy and funnel cake too, so I bought her one of each. In fifteen minutes at the Fair, I spent nearly $30 for two po-boys and two funnel cakes. I left as fast as I could before they started to crack into my bank account.
I like this milk jug skeleton the childrens’ librarians made. Apparently, he used to be a pirate before he “expired.”
This is the LSU football display I put together for LSU’s 2010 football season. We have a really good selection of books on LSU in the library, including It Never Rains in Tiger Stadium by John Ed Bradley.
This is by far my favorite painting ever exhibited in the library. It reminds me of the Chick-fil-A cows.
Vuvuzelas are the most annyoning piece of plastic you’ll ever hear in your life, or your money back. Here I am doing my best soccer fan impersonation while watching USA in the World Cup.