Today we shared a piece of tres leches cake and a kimchee quesadilla, if you can believe that–at the new Korean BBQ place down the street! Both were delicious.
I love this abandoned cabbage. I am intrigued by the cob bench. How can purslane have such leaf size variety?
I want a master’s degree in dust drawings. It’s the season for naked ladies, my favorite flower. Here is a peach tree with few leaves. Here’s someone’s stripper pole. And a phone booth for you.
This Nevada Desert Experience newsletter has info about the Sacred Peace Walk and a picture of me I’d never seen before. Hurray! http://nevadadesertexperience.org/lit/desertvoices/desert_voices_25-2.pdf
Dear world, Today my best friend E sent me a meticulously researched email about bassoons for sale and rent all over the country. It was very sweet and informative. Tomorrow I have phonecalls to make. Today I finished one poem and wrote another. I got some great emails in addition to the one from E, […]
After the fair, we went to Roseville, to a vegan restaurant called Baagan. I had a bowl of delicious dal and a peanut butter cup smoothie. Both were superb. Ming had a cup of the same soup and a veggie sandwich. We talked about activist stuff and had a hard time understanding each other. Then […]
Yesterday we went to the fair. How was it? It was fun. First we saw the livestock pavilion. I got a thrill from being near the cows. I love their hugeness. And I liked the goats. I saw a type of goat I didn’t remember seeing before: Oberhasli. They’re gorgeous. We read some informative displays […]
I was at a Middle Eastern market yesterday with Ming. A friend was late meeting us there for lunch, so we looked at the foods for sale for a long time. I ended up buying a package of Egyptian-style super melon seeds for $4.19. I can’t figure out how to eat them. I ate some […]
Looked at bassoon on ebay and got sad. Will I ever play again?
I have taken many pictures of our work, but this picture of the truck dumping the mulch into the driveway is my favorite.