Truth be told, I’m not sure there’s a “hard” version of key lime pie. Perhaps because I usually don’t do much baking, the ease of making this wowed me more than the average person.
I’ve gone on a book buying bender in the last month or so. I’ve bought… Picturing and Poeting by Alan Fletcher (a follow up to his The Art of Looking Sideways, which sits on my desk) Ignore Everybody (and 39 Other Keys to Creativity) by Hugh MacLeod (You can download the manifesto this book is based […]
Just a follow up to my “Let It Go, Lighten Up, Laugh” post on oh my! handmade goodness this week…a few more doodle dudes with reminders about lightening up. Let’s call these the Rated PG versions to the Rated G doodles on oh my! handmade If you click on the image above, you can download […]
For those “I can’t draw for crap” naysayers, here are a couple of fun, easy to follow, little books to get you going. Both are by artist/illustrator Sachiko Umoto. The one on the left is Illustration School: Let’s Draw Cute Animals and the one on the right is Illustration School: Let’s Draw Happy People. I […]
Meet the newest member of my four-year-old’s posse… “Ob”, his new invisible pocket-sized pal, joins the Rocket the Rainbow-Swirled Manatee, Mr. Elephant, Green Blankie & Blue Blankie as part of the sleeping and traveling procession. Fortunately, only Rocket and Ob accompany us into stores and out on walks these days. One of these days I’ll […]
“She’s magical…like Santa!” -Jack commenting on Madonna’s “magical” disappearance at the end of the Super Bowl Halftime Show. I was relieved to see Madonna had the sense NOT to do “Like a Virgin”…there are things we all have to let go of with age, and performing that song is one of hers. Madge may be […]