Friday, September 19, 2014


Ahoy all ye maties!  It's Talk Like a Pirate Day.  My favorite pirate in recent years has been Captain Jack Sparrow.  Well, I'm in love with Johnny Depp anyway but there's something about his pirateness (haa) that really gets my sails going!
I love how he took over Jack Sparrow and made him his own!  Get ye scurvy pirate on and talk like a pirate!
Have a great shore leave.  In other words, have a great weekend!



Annie said...

Oh Arrghh, I'm with you on the Johnny Depp pirating. I think he makes every part he plays his own....and I love all his parts ;-)
Annie x

Lunch Lady Jan said...

To err is human.......

To aaarrrrr is pirate.....

One of my favourite sayings :-). Have a treasure of a day, ye scurvy wench. May your galleons never tarnish and your rum never diminish!


RosC said...

A-ha, how culd io be be fergettin'. It's nointeeth o' September, Speak Loike a Pirate Day and oi ain't even spoke to me parrot yet.
Shiver me timbers. Io hope you've got the rum in your tum and your leg safely in the corner be now!
Here's winkin' under me eye patch and fair wind in your sails!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

He is quite a handsome pirate. I really like him in "What's Eating Gilbert Grape" and in "Benny and Joon" too.


Kathy M.

Anne said...

:-) :-) :-) I can'think of anything really funny to say unlike other very clever ladies but you made me smile with this post and I needed that today. Hugs Anne x

Neet said...

Aah! Johnny Depp!
Hugs, Neet xx

MaryH said...

Hey Kay, Cute post. (but I can't say that I'm a Johnny Depp fan though! I've never seen those movies, but DH has). Enjoyed reading your matey post too. Have a good week. Thanks for your visit & sweet comment. Hugs

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

This is too funny. I had forgotten all about it (Talk Like A Pirate Day), since so many people seem to remember it.

Had to stop by and have a look around, too. Loved the architecture posts, and really enjoyed seeing the alien sign, even if it was a bit rough around the edges. I also enjoyed reading about you and your art. Fun time catching up.

Actually stopped by to thank you for your comment today and explain about the mists and fixative. First, the fixative was for the printer ink. My printer ink isn't waterproof, and we all know how much water the mists add to the piece. MY mists ARE waterproof and permanent. I have the recipe on my blog, but basically it's shimmer powder that has no fixative in it, Elmer's Glue All (not school glue), and DISTILLED water. Use only distilled unless you are using the entire container that day. Otherwise, you'll get mold. See my tutorials page for the how to. Sorry, I'm not linked to my blog right now, or I'd leave the direct link.