Yesterday art therapy involved dance and other body movement / facial expression stuff where people were looking at me, and it was really hard. I’m eagerly anticipating March. We have a lot going on in March. But I want to honor this last day of February. Thanks, February.
Here’s Ming with blossoms on a recent neighborhood walk.
Today I finally photographed this mystery plant that’s growing in our garden. Ming doesn’t remember it. Any ideas?
I made some earrings this morning and listed them for sale on etsy. https://www.etsy.com/listing/124792385/jasper-earrings-with-silver-plated?ref=v1_other_2 https://www.etsy.com/listing/124793008/dyed-red-coral-silver-plated-leverback?ref=v1_other_1 I haven’t sold any earrings on etsy yet. But I enjoy making them, and maybe one day I’ll get my lucky break.
I have this toy bug. My friend R in Pittsburgh sent to to me. It has a solar panel on it, and it lives on our kitchen table. At a certain time of morning, as the sun shines in the larger kitchen window, the sunlight on the solar panel gets warm or direct or intense… Read More »
Yesterday I boiled some ravioli, and when I dumped the pasta water in the kitchen sink, a mason jar was in the sink, and it cracked. We’ve been busy. We went to Home Depot yesterday for chicken wire–which they called poultry wire, for some reason–and picked up some seeds and plants too. I want to… Read More »
I finished reading Calling Dr Laura, a graphic memoir. I loved it. Anyone who likes graphic memoirs should read this book. The drawings are beautiful, and the speaker is so likable. It’s about someone who goes to a psychic and gets told that her dad, who she had been told all her life was dead,… Read More »
The butternut squash parsnip soup turned out pretty good. I gave some the neighbor and he seemed to really like it. two smallish butternut squashes one large parsnip one large onion three cloves garlic olive oil better than bullion Have Ming peel and cut up the butternut squashes for you. Cut up the parsnip. Dice… Read More »
I got No Better Than Apples #9 by Kate Larson in the mail today. I started reading it immediately and didn’t put it down until I was done. From the first page, the reader is plunged into a world of pain and medical trauma. There’s also love and hope. But it’s the story of someone… Read More »
The mung dal turned out really delicious yesterday. It’s so good I wish we made more. But I think I want to make dal with red lentils next time and see which one Ming likes better. The kitchen faucet has started making a weird sound. Ming is chopping up a butternut squash for me so… Read More »