As part of Sara's Recitation at her 3rd Grade Poetry Tea, she also had to create a piece of art, inspired by any poem of her choosing. (Her Recitation was a Hilaire Belloc poem; her art was...not.) "Willie with a thirst for gore, nailed his sister to the door. Mother said with humor quaint, careful Willie, don't scratch the paint." And thank you A.E. Housman for that visual, brought so colorfully to life by Sara, and proudly displayed for the world to see. Luckily, Sara nailed the dress to the door, thereby avoiding any "crucifixion" confusion. She got an A+. As many hours as she poured into designing and cutting those clothes and painting the rug? Seems right. I didn't even handle the glue gun for this one!