Natasha Khan in progress
“Sometimes my mom spaces on time. She drinks a lot of green Hi-C with vodka in it. I’ve seen her sit down with a drink in the morning just as The View is coming on, and then it’s like next thing she knows, Extra is starting and my stepdad is walking in the door, screaming because he can’t smell any dinner.”
From Billig’s Philatelic Handbook of 19th Century United States Fancy Cancellations.
#1 scroll: 1847 Buffalo NY, original in blue
#2, lines: 1851, Bucksport ME, original in blue
#3 circle with pattern, 1857, Clayton NY
#4 circle, 1857, no location
“Let Every Pansy Bloom” banner at the San Francisco Gay Freedom Day pride parade, 1978.
Display I made for Women’s History Month