I slept (or at the very least lightly dozed) through my required Art History course in college (I think it was 20th century impressionists?). It was an early morning class (9 am), in a small, slightly too-warm room, with the lights off, and the whir of an over-head projector that cast slightly out-of-focus French impressionists… More The Art of Forgery
A few months ago we had the Asian pear tree taken out, then I ripped out the jasmine, and started a pintrest board to plot out new landscaping in the front of the house. I got pavers, dug out root systems, amended the soil, and procrastinated. Then it started raining, and then it rained some… More commitment
More photos of our spring break trip to Monterey, CA
We started out our March lunch dates with takeout from El Tarasco, they’re a favorite for Mexican. Gavin got enchiladas, and I had a chimichanga. The second Wednesday in March we were both fighting off small-child plague so we stayed home and had grilled ham and cheeses sandwiches. The third and fourth Wednesdays were cut… More Wednesday lunch dates in March!
This year we celebrated Easter with Grandma D and Auntie M. Auntie M is very good at hiding Easter eggs – not everything in this tree is a lemon!
The bunnies have arrived in force. They arrived in the Easter Grass. They arrived in the carrot wagon. And they are all over our nature table.
Now that it is March, it felt appropriate to remove King Winter from the nature table. King Winter has been replaced by a felted-wool Mother Earth, some Root Babies, a family of Mushrooms, the Gnome family, and some four-leaf clover. The Gnome family (from previous scenes) has an umbrella – we’ve had some rain recently,… More March on the Nature Table