Once the youngest nominee for the Turner Prize, Ian Davenport creates his “syringe art” by squirting glossy paint onto canvas and allowing gravity to determine the final composition.
(Source: saatchiart.com, via emphasisadded)
last day of our mini vacation, full day of post-anniversary celebrations.
you know what’s yummy? pog juice & champagne. toasting to two years of wedded bliss tonight with a cozy night in.
happy anniversary e!
out container herbs are thriving from full sun and our remembering to water. it’s so nice to be able to grab some rosemary for the marinating steaks, cilantro for peanut sauce and basil for the caprese sandwiches. so fresh, so fragrant and so easy.
"And when you choose a life partner, you’re choosing a lot of things, including your parenting partner and someone who will deeply influence your children, your eating companion for about 20,000 meals, your travel companion for about 100 vacations, your primary leisure time and retirement friend, your career therapist, and someone whose day you’ll hear about 18,000 times."
one time when we were in tahoe, erik shook the bunk beds we were sleeping in. thinking it was an earthquake (and very aware that i was on the bottom bunk), i leapt out of bed, shouting “earthquake” and ran to stand under the door frame.
earlier this morning at 3:30, we had an actual earthquake. i stayed in bed this time, seemingly not as concerned. this one was a 6.0 so not as strong as ‘89. but the photos coming from north of here in napa are showing the full force of what an earthquake can do. time to revisit our earthquake safely plan.
friday! solo lunch (missing my ladies who lunch pal) outside of work and not at my desk. favorite veggie sandwich & lemonade and prime people (and dog) watching.
monday always makes me sad that the weekend is over. photos from the last few weekends.
clement nursery is a gem of a find in the middle of apartment buildings and restaurants.