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Snow in August! The park was amazing and I hope you enjoy this small slideshow of our day….
Ahhhhh, a sunny Sunday! At first, I felt like a mole, squinting my eyes, because Sol has been a stranger the last couple of months. If you are a gardener, I hope your season has gone well, that you have … Continue reading
Today’s post is purely visual. Works by these artists were chosen from the ALLPosters site. These representations of pottery are painted in a range of styles and have a variety of themes.
Saffron, apricots, cilantro, almonds, cinnamon, ginger, chicken, cumin, olives, garlic, chick peas, limes, and couscous, toasted… a sampling of ingredients traditionally used in dishes cooked in tajines. These vessels have been in use for centuries in Morocco and a tajine … Continue reading
I met Rhonda June Boothe in the early 1980s, during college days. She had a loom set up in her home…a beautiful thing made of light wood. I was struck by how esthetically pleasing her surroundings were. She lived in … Continue reading
A half a year ago, I made trays for plant pots. They dried very slowly to prevent warping. This is partly what made me feel so lousy when I saw them after they’d been glaze fired. A person takes a … Continue reading