I’m a wee bit stuck these days; distractions are aplenty, and focus is just a setting on my camera. So I will dispense with words and riveting insights (hey, no clapping) and share some pics from the last week or two. Hopefully my writer’s block will thaw out with this week’s warming trend.
Gracing my wall: I love this intaglio print now brightening up a small space. Quartermaster Press artist Deborah Taylor will showcase her most recent work during the upcoming Vashon Island Art Studio Tour.
Boz’s Hierarchy of Needs: 1.) Food, 2.) Comfort, 3.) Affection, 4.) Neck Rubs, and 5.) Car Rides. Here he recreates Cloud 9 (much to my chagrin).
Annas hummingbird at the fountain: a bright spot in the day.
Boz and Gracie keep an eye out for would-be Christmas tree thieves, especially any named Charlie Brown.
I discovered that my Christmas cactus is really a Thanksgiving cactus.
One week later and I’m still eating turkey. You’ve got your turkey enchiladas, turkey salad, turkey soup, turkey tetrazzini, turkey ruebens, turkey wraps, turkey…
Note to self: next Thanksgiving more pies and fewer turkeys.
A man, a dog, a farmhouse on five acres, countless projects and a hankering to grow and cook good food on Vashon Island. Join me, and my bulldog Buddy, as I share what I know, what I love, and what I'm learning along the way! Read more...VASHON ISLAND: One Day I Drifted Ashore...