Saturday, September 21, 2019

Arthur Mighty Hunter!

Arthur is a mighty Hunter of little footie socks. He brings them and howls his Triumph! This can be awkward to explain to my housemates. --- I saw this near the end of a day much of which I spent out. The usual barre class was excellent and then I went to the monthly DAV meeting, talked shop, had lunch, etc. I can't say I was totally productive the rest of the time but perhaps it should be considered as rest time. I ticked items off my list, then went looking for my daily photo. Arthur can be relied on to provide inspiration!

Thursday, September 19, 2019

Look Up!

Trudging to work I suddenly looked up to see such colors and patterns!

Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Wild Rose And Bushy Maple

I saw this wild rose and a bushy maple living together, near the West Seattle Y Monday.
I might not have the names right, but I asked the plants and they said nothing against it.

Monday, September 16, 2019

Rainbow Nose

Monday I enjoyed Zumba at the Y and chatted with my friends after. I have learned to park a block or two up the hill, since the rebuilt facility has much more capacity than before and often parking is unavailable near by.
That's ok; it's a nice neighborhood with lots of flowers and a nice short walk. Sometimes I see a rainbow and sometimes I can get a selfie with the rainbow coming out of my nose.

Shadow Snacks

The only exercise Shadow likes is scampering after tossed snacks. That might work for me as well! One note about this photo: it is my first attempt at using a cartooning app on my cellphone. I didn't like any of the cartoon filters but the thought balloon was convenient.

Sunday, September 15, 2019

Kiara's quiche is no Trivial Pursuit

Kiara likes to cook and I like to eat, so this is a functional relationship!
However I do believe in playing with your food, and the way this was sliced reminded me of my least favorite game ever. Therefore this photo.
One note about this story is that she had requested a pie crust. Both of us know how to make crusts from scratch, and frankly it's too much work; you can get decent though not excellent crust cheaply. However I think she was expecting the kind that is already in a little disposable pan instead of the rollout dough I habitually get. It works very well in this silicon pan!
The food was delicious!!!