Yesterday I had a poppy seed bagel for lunch, then proceeded to have at least six separate conversations with people, including four quite lengthy ones, before going home and looking in the mirror.
(Actual poppy seed locations are indicated).
B. found this sound bite- over at the website for Stone Barns – it sounds a little like our chickens ( of course we only have 6, not the dozens that are probably housed here…). Anyway, people always ask us if our chickens are noisy- assuming that they’re not, since we have no rooster- well, here’s your answer!
Just working on filling an order. I like to group the wire stuff for a moment before gluing everything down- here’s a bunch of dinosaurs- reminds me a little of a Muybridge…
Phoenix had a huge dust storm last night. We watched it roll in- pretty crazy. Here’s me looking at it as it gets close:
or perhaps more accurately, I looked like this:
or like this:
visibility was pretty low, as you might imagine….
I had a visit with my 8 year old friend, Emory. She’s a very talented little girl, who draws beautifully ( having 2 architects as parents probably contributed something to the gene pool). Anyway, she loves to play with my wire and pliers- it used to be that she would sit on my lap for hours at a time, and have me bend kitty cat after kitty cat for her. These days, she’d rather try to bend her own (with a little bit of help on the tricky parts):
She even named her creations: that’s Hoppy and Hopper (kangaroo + joey), Oinky, and Bokky. (The mouse and the heart remained unnamed).
Have a good 4th of July weekend!