had a lovely dinner at Tempo last night with Doug and my mom, which I finished off with one of the teas from this pretty little tray.
sometimes at work I do strange things. and by the way, that’s ground-up Tums. I swear.
another exhibit packed and ready to head out. this one seems to require a particularly large number of crates
it must be September. the sedum is blooming.
at my brother-in-law’s for a family get together. it was too windy to keep the sliding door open, and young Evan here is terribly confused at how the dog is right there, yet Evan can’t join him.
so the butterflies are projected onto a blank wall and they fly all over the place. but if there’s a shadow in the space, they will come land on it. this still fascinates me and we’ve had it at work for years.
according to SeriousEats, “Vermouth and soda is a classic low-alcohol drink, enjoyed throughout much of Europe. It’s past time we Americans cottoned on, especially now that delicious, complex-tasting vermouths such as Dolin are available here.” maybe the addition of cabbage juice is what’s needed to push it over that edge.
(and I know, club soda and tonic water aren’t the same thing. just go with it….)
so Doug and I planted this bush when we moved. and it did very poorly. then we had to move it to the temporary holding bed while we had the new porch built, and it did very poorly. then we disassembled the temporary bed and moved it again, certain that this would kill it. and now it’s covered in little blue flowers and looking quite lovely.
Ferrous appear to be anticipating a multi-course meal.
clearly, Leo knows the answer to this question.