Mistaking my wife for a hat
Those who've read Antoine de Saint Exupéry's The Little Prince will recall how he as a child drew what adults interpreted as a hat but which actually represented a monstrous snake which had eaten an elephant. He reproduces the drawing, his first, and also his second, which showed an interior view for the imaginationless old. Happily for me, unable to draw anything but the outsides of parrots, modern technology has made the following view of my beloved wife possible:
I hope to present an exterior view around the summer solstice.