Category Archives: Making Stuff

it’s time for a little summer

Hi there, thanks for waiting for me. I am not 100% back, but I am almost back. There’s been a lot going on…I’m not quite ready to write about it here, though I do have a small piece that I … Continue reading

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project 365 :: almost, but not really

This year I attempted my second Project 365…that is, taking and posting a picture every day. I made it to day 95, and then the long slide into pretending, but not really doing. I posted groups at a time, rather … Continue reading

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christmas 2013 :: what we built

We aren’t sure what it is either. We’ve been doing this for 25 years (and Grandma Jan has the photos to prove it). It’s our Christmas Eve tradition, and this one required a little more time and tequila than usual. … Continue reading

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pairings

One day in Chicago. The Botanic Gardens and coffee at Elly’s Pancake House. Sometimes I even surprise myself.

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the sisterhood of creativity

I am lucky enough to have some lifelong (or at least long in this life) friends who are very creative. I’ve know Monica and Leslie since college, and they’ve always inspired me, and everyone around them. Monica has many sisters, … Continue reading

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project 365 | 2013, or learning the art of compromise

I just posted photo 50 of this year’s Project 365. I took it at my desk yesterday. It’s a perfect illustration of why this project is so ridiculous and also so essential for me. I took 210 photos to get … Continue reading

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work in progress

Staying home today, hanging out with my cold and trying not to talk (which isn’t so hard, since I’m alone). I had intended to post all of my January 365 photos, but the truth is, you can just click here … Continue reading

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