While in the studio working the other day I had the door open so as to enjoy the beautiful weather. Outside, I could see Mr. Bonez was doing the springs on the feet, high jump – all four feet straight up in the air all at once. If you have cats, you know what I mean. I went to investigate the source of his hilarious Olympic style sport – a snake.
It is that time of the year when the snakes start moving from their summer vacation spots in the surrounding woods and think that they would like to over-winter in my studio. I’ll have none of that, thank you very much. Time to spread moth balls.
My glass work has seen steady sales this summer, but I am still struggling to have much notice with my mixed media. Imagine my surprise and thrill when this piece sold a few weeks ago.
It is now making the journey to the home of a gentlemen in far away Israel. Israel – that is the farthest any of my art has traveled! How cool is that!
In the kitchen, I’ve been busy grinding chicken and pork for sausage and beef for hamburger.
I like having the control over what does and doesn’t go into my food. Less salt, less fat, no chemicals, no filler, lots of good fresh seasoning.
I have been working on putting up for later gift giving season. Before you know it – it will be that time of the year again.
Home-made sausage ready for gift giving – and somehow after saying that it sounds kind of weird. Who gives sausage as a gift?
Until next time,