Write a new post in response to today’s one-word prompt
Carve a turkey. Carve one’s initials on a tree. Rock carvings. Wood carvings. Power saw wood carving.
Carving out a path. A river carves a path in many different directions.
Carving out a peace treaty. Carving a friendship. Soap carving. Ice carvings. Decorative carving on furniture or any other wood in the house.
I remember the beautiful wood in a house we rented when I was in 3-4 grade. There was a built-in buffet, with a mirror, posts on the sides, and drawers for storing linens and so forth.
Not exactly like ours, but it has the same feel.
The dining room table had wonderful carved feet, just about the only things I enjoyed dusting. I would crawl under there and go to all sorts of places in my imagination while I wiped the dust away.
Again, not exactly the same, but similar. And there were extenders that made it an oval table when we had lots of company.
We had what we called an end table beside our sofa. Looking back, I’m wondering if it was a pie crust table. It was pretty, with carving along the edges and in the wedges of the table, as well as on the pedestal.
Well, looking at the pictures on Google images, I don’t think it was a pie crust table. But I did find one that is similar to a table in my office at work. It has that harp in the pedestal, a very pretty piece.
Wood is so beautiful, and the artisans who carve it are amazing to me. So is the English language, actually. So many uses for just one little word. Amazing.