I woke up super-cranky today–I was woken up many times, by terrible sounds outside, including the yelling guy, who was not at his usual spot but somewhere down the street but still loud. Our own insomnia kept us up too. But I had emotional dreams about my friend’s brother dying, and it was so sudden.… Read More »
Here’s a Moomin card someone nice sent me from Finland.
This is what I mean when I say I like art.
We got these Persian cucumbers from Trader Joe’s, and they’re so tender and delicious, they don’t need to be peeled. Today I sent a great deal of mail. We picked up some audio tapes freecycle near Winters. I just got on Forrest’s waiting list for a bassoon, and the gentleman said “Good morning” though it’s… Read More »
Today I received my first postcard from Estonia. It has a picture of a statue of a ghost on it, and I learned that in Estonia, ghosts are fat (or at least this one is). I wrote two letters and a postcard. I’m constantly losing and finding things. The creepy yelling guy woke us up… Read More »
I have a piece in this project! http://web.mac.com/carlajpatterson/iWeb/CarlaCryptic/An%20Artist%20Turns%2080.html
This is called Rosegarden by Paul Klee. This is a promo art card of art by Eric Powell–picked up for free in Berkeley on Friday.
This morning at church, the worship was being performed by Jaya–it was beautiful. She wore a green Indian-style dress. I was really surprised to see her up there, and afterwards I asked P, and she said that Jaya does worship once a month or when Swami’s not there. I really appreciated hearing it in English.… Read More »
Here is the most beautiful postcard I have ever received, made collage by my new mailart friend ElizaDeth. Here’s the postcard I’m sending in response, bought ysterday in Berkeley (I’m sending a zine too).
This morning there was the creepy repetitive yelling again–it was around 8:30 in the morning, broad daylight, and it only lasted a minute this time. Erik thinks someone confronted him. Maybe it will stop now.