So I didn’t like my first beeswax wraps. They didn’t hold their shape, and weren’t flexible enough. So I decided to try again. The result was pretty good, although slightly discolored.
I’m certainly not perfect, but I try to be as much of an ally as I can. Most of the time, I have a seasonal wreath on my porch, and in June, it is always the colors of the pride flag.
Well, we made a decision to try to sell our wares at the farmers’ market. We don’t want to commit to every week, but we have sufficient excess that we can try to sell. The first thing we had to do was get a… Continue Reading “This Little Piggy Went to Market”
Today was supposed to be hatch day. We aren’t sure how much the failing incubator harmed the hatch. It is running cold. Nevertheless, we have three internal pips. I get excited every time I see a notification that there was movement, but it is… Continue Reading “Hatch Day?”
Back in 2018, I was playing with ceramics and decided to make a skep fountain. It was an early attempt, so it’s a bit lop sided, but I made it.
So there’s this dress pattern I love… Except for one thing. The neckline is soooooo wide. I need to wear a tank to hide bra straps wide. So I decided to fix it.
So in the before-times, I carried a big bag. It was cute, and me and I like it. Gray canvas with birds screen printed on it. Anyway, then the pandemic, and the broken leg/ankle/ankle. I started using a back pack.
Today was gorgeous out. And I was released from the boot (weaning off). So I took breaks outside.
So in undergrad, I was an English major (political science, too). My area of expertise was Shakespeare. My junior year, I spent the spring semester interning in Washington DC for a political think tank. One of my favorite places was the Folger Shakespeare Library.… Continue Reading “Shakespeare Letterpress Cards”
So we had a date night last night. MakeICT class on 3D printing and takeout. We went into Wichita on a rainy Friday night.