Sometimes the random iPhone photos I post on Instagram don't make it into a proper blog post, so I thought I'd share a few in a roundup. Here goes...
Sherman exploring the tub. (Don't you just wanna yank on that tail??)
Got a first taste of spring early in the month while tagging along with John on a trip to Newport News. I love it when the trees turn white and the air smells blossomy-sweet.
Got another little fix while pit-stopping at A Proper Garden in Powell on my way back from an appointment.
Last year I bought a bunch of this 60's print linen in the clearance section of JoAnne's (score!) and decided to use some of it to make some freelance-at-home loungewear. I found this great crochet trim at Sew to Speak. I think it really adds a nice finishing touch to my cropped pants!
I signed up for a dress fitting class at Sew to Speak and I got lucky: I'm the only student! I have instructor Gail Kelley all to myself! Hopefully I'll be able to show you my finished dress next week. (thanks for the photo, Sew to Speak!)
It's the 20th anniversary of Phoenix Rising Printmaking Coop, and I attended their annual board meeting/party earlier this month. The flowers in the windowsill caught my eye! Columbus is sooo lucky to have Phoenix, and I can't wait: I signed up for a class this summer that will teach me how to print my own books on the Vandercook letterpress (squeeeee!)
Another adventure with John, this time tagging along on his overnight in Syracuse NY. It was snowing like crazy, which I loved. We spent most of the day holed up in this cafe that had great tea and AMAZINGly delicious sandwiches. Hopefully there is a next time, because we want to explore the Museum of Intrigue.
One of my 48 house projects (I am a third of the way through this 2018 goal!!) involved finding a spot for my old friends. I didn't want them to spend the rest of their lives in boxes. They now hang out on a shelf in my studio where we can say hello every day.
When I was in the hospital recovering from my appendectomy, I made many laps around the halls on my floor. This sign was tacked to a bulletin board and I thought it was the perfect way to illustrate the difference. I'd never really thought about it before. I guess the trouble starts if the tall kid feels cheated for not getting any boxes.
Spring inside! The tomatoes are doing well.
My little old girl. She'll be 18 this fall.
I cannot resist the pansies when they first show up at the garden centers!
I realize there are a lot of plant photos in this post, but I think I'm finally ready for spring, and I'm so glad it's on its way. Even all the rain hasn't been bothering me... I know sunny days and short sleeves are around the corner. Happy Friday, everyone!