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Tag Archives: Tuesday Two by Two
Ours is one of those “love at first sight” stories. We met when I was a freshman at the U of Washington, in fall of 1967, and married in September, 1969. This photo was taken in February, 1970. Forty-nine years … Continue reading
The past two weekends I took classes to learn how to bind journals and books using Japanese Stab and Coptic binding methods. I enjoyed it very much and I’m excited to share my projects, and to use these binding methods … Continue reading
Since February 2 is my birthday, I’ve paid attention to the traditions surrounding this date. Growing up in climates where winter was cold and snowy, it seemed that even on overcast days the sun would appear long enough for me … Continue reading
Cerise – the French word for Cherry. This week’s color challenge is to explore the range of tones of pink to magenta. What a lovely topic on a dreary grey PNW day! Color Your World – Cerise |
Berries on a clear fall day, and after a midwinter snowfall… …nourishment for birds sustenance for my soul.
It rarely snows here, so when I awoke this morning to the sight of large fluffy flakes drifting down — and staying — I did a little kid joy dance! On our walk, Jello let me know she loves snow … Continue reading
My father, now 93 and fighting to remain cogent and healthy. It’s no wonder Mom fell for him! Still a gentleman and scholar, though age is having a rough dance with him. Love him dearly.
Jello was pretty drugged up when this photo was taken, just six days after the accident that almost took her life. Even through the haze of pain medication she looks scared and sad. Almost three months later, her confidence and … Continue reading
I don’t see the river otters as often when we visit Orcas Island in autumn, as I did when we stayed during the summer. Always fun to watch, these two seemed very comfortable as they fished and snacked in front … Continue reading
My sister Diana, and brother-in-law Les, have had their Braque du Bourbonnais, Kass since she was a puppy. At 12 years old she is a high-strung sweetheart, and excellent retriever. When my Beagle Jello, and I visit (as we are … Continue reading