This week’s entry shows the power of two circles to evoke eyes, even when they’re not perfectly aligned and are seen on an angle.
Here’s what winked at me as I came carefully down the basement stairs.
The handle for the top cutting board stands in for the mouth; the little pink stitch marker makes a nose. The bit of yarn is a distraction. Who left it there, anyway? As for the curlicue on the right/left (ours/its) side? A monocle, maybe. Or a fascinator.
If you’re wondering why knitting tools and plastic cutting boards were together at all, it’s because the pool table reaches its highest and best use as a staging surface for things on their way upstairs.