Halloween without kids is a different kind of gig. It’s not exhausting or overwhelming, and quite frankly, not as fun. When I was a kid, we lived in a neighborhood where we could trick or treat on our own, with … Continue reading
The weekend was unremarkable, but quite perfect. We were part of something lovely on Saturday, and I had a big idea on Sunday. Bought a new Crockpot (*and used it all weekend long), flannel sheets, and a pair of black … Continue reading
Yup, same cup. Everywhere I go, I always have my supply kit. Coffee, french press (sometimes a drip filter, just to change it up), one of the diner mugs, and a box of milk. Also, a few Kind bars, apples … Continue reading
I spent the weekend at the coast, with cousins and conversation and memories and a lovely and deserving memorial for my uncle and aunt. And if you looked closely, it wasn’t so gray at all.
A friend of mine is running for Davis City Council, and I am helping him (see previous post). I have never done anything like this before. I have posted lawn signs, walked once, and still (proudly) have my Obama sticker … Continue reading
Because you show up and do the work, day after day, week after week, year after year. You are courageous and compassionate. You know what makes a community work, and you know how to help empower everyone who is part … Continue reading
I thought I’d give the Sacramento Flea Market a try this weekend. It’s close to town, only happens once a month, and came recommended by my studio mate, Dane (if you’ve been to the studio, you’ve seen Dane’s talent for … Continue reading