Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Rima's Magical World



To begin this little story:
It was once upon o’clock
When a jumping jackanory
Called to his ticking flock:

“Come and spin a yarn with me
Around this loom of time,
And I’ll tell you horologically
Of the spinning wheel of rhyme.”

So prefaces the workshop of the talented Rima of The Hermitage. I am so thrilled to have recently discovered her. It is like walking into a magic shop. Her imagination is as boundless as her talent. She has now taken to making clocks. I think this is going to be a very successful endeavor for her. Please check out her creations, along with the wonderful clock sound effect, (created specifically for her site by her talented boyfriend) at Once upon o'clock ...

I am off to the Doctor...tick tock

13 comments:

willow said...

Isn't Rima the best? I love her.

OH MY #6 said...

thank you for the introduction.

Lea
xo

Rima said...

Oh! Thanks so much Yoli for this, I am touched... so pleased that you love these clocks... looking forward to making yours :)
Tick tock
Rima

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

Aren't they wonderful! We are such fans over here!

Keri said...

Hope you are feeling better and I hope you got good news from the doctor.

Keri

M.Kate said...

Very beautiful, it's nice to see the clock from a different perspective :)

The Ginger Darlings said...

Beautiful just!
If time has to pass it should do so in just this way and marked by something of such beauty.

tangobaby said...

Oh, my. I can't wait to look at her treasures.

I hope you are feeling better and that the doctor was helpful to you.

Relyn said...

Once upon o'clock. That is a perfect line if I have ever heard one. Be well.

birdtweets said...

dear yoli i do hope you are feeling better in body as along with your spirit and heart. we want the harmony of all four (insert 'mind' for the fourth element:) to be ticking along like that beautiful clock :)
xox

Annie Coe said...

Yoli, I hope you are A-OK. I gave you a little award...

A Cuban In London said...

Hi, Yoli, I tried to go into that webiste and my computer crashed, I don't know if anyone else has experienced the same situation. I saw able, though, to appreciate the artwork and loved it, but other than that the cursor could not move anywhere. Maybe my computer does not support to many graphics, which is a pity as there many blogs I would love to pay a visit to.

Greetings from London.

Enzie Shahmiri said...

Thanks for introducing me to her. This is lovely!