My husband got me a present. It was a book. A book about art. A book about women depicted in art. A book about women depicted in art during World War II. A book about women depicted in art during World War II written by one of the rising feminist luminaries of our day. My […]
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Rhaphiolepis Indian Hawthorn. Native to Japan, China, and Korea. Shrub grows up to 15 feet tall and can be pruned into a tree. They do have very pretty pink flowers in spring and make a charming shrub. I may keep one, but more than one will be too many. Now that I’m settled in a […]
It’s been a month since we settled into the new house. I’m happy to report that we are completely unpacked, although I keep feeling like I don’t belong in a place this big. For the first time that Talking Heads song (sort of) makes sense to me: “You may find yourself behind the wheel of […]
My sweetie sent me flowers. He’s been away for eight days and I still have two to go, but this bouquet should help me through.
I’m sick with a nasty headcold. I have an owie on my thumb and my honey is far, far away. Needless to say, I should be in a bad mood. But it’s kind of impossible to feel rotten when a soft furry kitteh jumps up and rests his head on your leg.
When we left for Britain the house was a bit of a state so now that I’m home I’m trying to get caught up on laundry and housecleaning. But I’m getting the feeling that Loki may have missed me an eensy weensy little bit because he rowrs and chirps at me if I walk around, […]
Despite the fact that yesterday he peed on the floor and murdered two of my houseplants, I decided Loki deserved a bit of extra lurves for being in my life. I adopted that psychotic little furball with my husband two years ago, and we named him after the god of chaos because we thought it […]