we invited friends over last night to say goodbye to the kitchen, and encouraged everyone to write, draw or play games on the walls. Here’s Greg and Juli playing the ubiquitous dot game.
I have no idea what that creepy face thing is, or who drew it.
so I’m at the chiropractor yesterday and he comments on the fact that I always have a camera with me. I explain to him about Project 365. A few minutes later, he asks if the hip that he treated last time is feeling any better. I tell him it is, but maybe he’d better leave it alone today. I show him this bruise. He says “Yikes! Hey, maybe you should take a picture of that. Just don’t include my name with it anywhere.”
done and done.
would Jesus pay for my parking? would Jesus have to pay for his own parking? what would he drive anyway..?
goodbye sink and magic box,
while you’re gone we’ll miss you lots.
goodbye to disposal too.
we’ll see you when the kitchen’s through.
goodbye to wallpaper and floor,
we won’t see you anymore.
goodbye to this happy room.
we hope too see you very soon.
yes, I went to the movie theater. and yes, it didn’t take long at all for me to remember why I’d stopped. but The Hunger Games was pretty darn good, and I enjoyed it. But I think it will be a while before I’m back at a movie theater.
last week these pallets were covered with trays of spring flowers. now that March has reclaimed its rightful place on the calendar, they’ve been removed. I assume to someplace warmer.
our dining room and sunroom. in a few weeks, the sunroom will be gone….
Doug was very busy today; got almost all of the kitchen packed up and/or moved to the basement. It’s Plastic Plate City for us for the next couple months at least…
given the condition of this toaster oven, this warning may come in handy any day now.
this is a cool trick: stick an egg in vinegar for a few days and the shell will dissolve. but you’ll still have a raw egg. but I only wanted to remove the shell from half the egg. so I stuck it in a funnel in a jar and filled it with vinegar. sometimes I am amazed at my own cleverness.