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If monogram is the right word– all of the letters and numbers are contained in this symbol. (A quick search will find the image as an animated gif which will show you how to find the characters, if you want … Continue reading
Cool! a drawing of the day! Where did the weekly best of the drawing of the day feature go? Have I stopped working on my daily finished drawing project, the one that has gone on for, get this, almost seven … Continue reading
Why do I always seem to photograph neighborhood sunsets on Fridays? Regardless of scheduling, here is tonight’s, as seen by the Polaroid Cube toy camera. Two different crops from the same shot, one my usual square, the other in an … Continue reading
The new Mazdas have got all the cute, from their little shark noses to their black plastic fenders. It’s no secret that we like Mazdas around here, with two in our household fleet. Mazda makes a good, high quality car … Continue reading
I haven’t been posting the many tiny increments that have marked the slow, slow progress of the garage. Some of the most important steps, such as the full week it took to finish the electrics, were invisible to the camera … Continue reading
The sun is coming up, the Frozen Cave Girl is melting, and Foursquare has taken charge. This is where my version of the story takes a small break. Nina, Lee, Murphy and I took off for home. We made it … Continue reading
There’s a crazy day, and then there’s a Josephine Baker crazy day. I guess that would be one that’s beautiful, intelligent and elegant as well. Here’s wishing you had one today. (If you’ve never met Ms. Baker, one of history’s … Continue reading
A drive across Indiana on a dusty dry October day offers a through-the-windshield glimpse of the popcorn harvest in action. Indiana is the second largest producer of that lively grain in the US, after Nebraska, and gourmet popcorn is one … Continue reading
The rescue mission is successful—so far. Things were going smoothly, too smoothly. The grass and weeds went down easily under the heavy carpet, which was just light enough for Murphy and Mr. Spit, spelled by me and Pounce, to pull … Continue reading