GPOYMAWNWW - My Allergies Will Not Win edition. I tricked my sinuses into taking a quick nap by tilting my head back and causing them to lay down for a second. Now if I could just figure out how to project my work on the ceiling.
Also I am starting a new fashion trend by coordinating my eye color (not eye shadow color, that’s so pedestrian) with my sweater. Funny how in good health you are in the pink but pink cheeks like in ring around the rosey were a sign of plague. Something, something, I want to sleep.
Mutt-shot Monday? This is kind of how my eyes feel right now. :P
One of George Rodrigue’s Blue Dogs at the Besthoff Sculpture Garden in NOLA’s City Park.
I think having her around reflects well on me.
Behind every great man … tee hee
I can tell Rick really likes something I cook when he goes into Snuffles mode. He hasn’t quite mastered the levitating part yet but I’m sure if I just find the right dish …
Doing a little cleaning in my office because at some point in the next couple of months I’ll be moving to a new office, cube, street corner …
It’s like a computer software museum in here.
Tanya Minhas, The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt New York 2014
Handle with Care, Codagon Tate’s egg. They are fine art handlers among other things.
Mom will either kill the stray cat or send it a bill
When mom started using a walker some years back I took the screen door off at the top of the stairs leading to the screened porch. Doors, stairs, and walkers don’t mix well. Well, obviously this means the porch is no longer fully enclosed but safety was more important than keeping bugs out. There are plenty of Mediterranean Geckos on the porch ceiling at night to keep the bug population in check.
So today mom was in the side yard weeding when a cat went up on the porch to sit a spell or sniff around or whatever. Mom wants to head back in the house for a break and there it is — standoff. The cat is running around the porch trying to figure out how to escape without zipping past mom on the stairs. Mom isn’t going to back down the stairs.
Suddenly the cat decided to go all stunt cat and runs headlong through one of the panels of screening, tearing the screen from the frame. It’s a few foot drop to the ground and a bolt of speed to freedom. That’s when I get the call that starts with: “If you hear that I killed a cat ….”
Places to hunker down with a good book by Jason Polan for Warby Parker’s Egg in The Big Egg Hunt