After trying too hard to make the other image work, I just covered it up. (Tip: When things don't work out, take it apart and start over....or rip out a major component and then see where it goes). Once I did that, found a rather racy old letter written during WWII (the little blue rectangular handwritten section on the left) and the St Christopher Be My Guide winged pin...well, it all fell together.
The angelic transparency in the top triangle (a wooden child's toy) fits right in with the carefully posed young women (who also appear in Magical Kingdom). And the vintage French postcard addressed to "Ma cherie Gabrielle" seemed to fit, and the rusty horseshoe nails piercing the bottom add a little ambiguity to it.
And actually the wooden rectangular piece framing the left was pulled from another piece I was working on, but where it didn't work at all (another plus of working on multiple pieces at once. You can pull from one to the other).
Moving on to the garden, I saw the most amazing spider there yesterday, curled up the leaf of the scarlet runner beans. Here she is:
I've had garden orb spiders in that area of the garden before, and when their eggs hatch, a whole web will be shimmering with tiny golden spiders making their way up, up and away (I understand they make a strand of web and float away on the wind). But I've never seen one with this large white body with a black spot. The new style?