Monthly Archives: May 2011

Assassin in the garden

David already blogged this shot of the assassin bug over on his photo blog. But, I thought I would post it here too since it’s definitely a garden denizen. It turned up in some lettuce I was soaking, not at all happy about my inadvertent attempts … Continue reading

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A new obsession

You guys, I have a new obsession. I really, really want to find out what is underneath the ugly vinyl on my kitchen floor.  The vinyl is this weird off white color that never really looks clean, even when it’s … Continue reading

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Perfect coleslaw

Growing up in Southern California I don’t remember coleslaw being a thing.  My mother never made it, and while it was often available at picnics and potlucks, it was always the gloopy, white, mayo-coated variety, probably picked up from a grocery store … Continue reading

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Office fancification

David posted pictures over at his photo blog showing part of what we were up to during the recent blog silence.  Basically, the rapidly warming weather convinced us that we needed to install a celling fan in his office asap. … Continue reading

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Garden bounty

So, remember how I said I didn’t think it was possible to plant too much lettuce? Yeah, that was a lie. Or, rather it was a clear sign of my ignorance because, we are now drowning in lettuce. I was … Continue reading

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