Train Art

Being a train dealer is not all that it is thought to be by most people. Around this time of year there is a lot of stress and problems that have to be worked out. And that is what the rest of this topic is about. So please don't worry, I know I'll be alright, because I found some ways to curb my stress. And at the same time I have found a new artistic way to express myself. So here goes.......

I was working in the train shop late one night, when I thought to myself, what a sight. And I thought since it was dead, just what could I do? So I took a train engine and made some goo.

He did the dash8.... He did the monster crash... He did the dash8... It was like a big, big smash... He did the mash... He did it all night long... The train graveyard smash... It's really strange!

Then I found this little K-line engine that I never liked, and I pulled and I sawed, and I smashed at it all night. And then I found some little pieces to make it better. And I gasped this was better than knitting a sweater!!

He did the dash8.... He did the monster crash... He did the dash8... It was like a big, big smash.... He did the mash... He did it all night long.... The train graveyard smash.... It's really strange!

So after hours of work, I really expressed myself. I think it should go way up on the top shelf. Or at least in a feature window, or maybe a showcase. But now that all is done, I feel so much better......'

He did the dash8... And now let me present my new work of art!

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Click here to bid on this masterpiece!!!

Happiest of Holidays to you.

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