Monthly Archives: September 2010
The sun is definitely not as brutal today as it has been. It’s a relief. It’s almost like someone opened the window in this car we’re all stuffed in. We’re so un-used to weather here it feels like some kind … Continue reading
In response to my day I’m borrowing someone else’s words. “Risk more than others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible. “- Cadet … Continue reading
Andi took me to the Upper Arroyo Seco trail today. I’d never been there before. It’s hard to imagine that I’ve been able to live here for years and remain completely out of touch with how close we are to … Continue reading
This morning Andi and I took Asher for a two hour trail ride, despite the 108 degree temperature. Velvet was a handful. I came home and re-created Quimby’s curried chicken salad, played with some burnt umber and raw sienna to … Continue reading
The smell of the balsam pine intensifies my memory of last night’s Harvest Moon. I don’t remember ever having seen one so bright, so huge or so inspiring. The children and I watched it disappear and reappear behind the road … Continue reading
I just bought this 100% unwashed wool yesterday and crocheted it in to the front half of the next panel top. I love the natural color of the sheep as well as the weight of the yarn. It feels warm … Continue reading
I can’t wait to make more of these, they are so comfortable and flattering.