I’ve been playing with printing my rubber stamps. This is a photo of the stamps to give you an idea of scale. I’m using water based block printing ink. I like the rustic results, it is a fun process.
and home again!I got to hang out with Aunt Carol.
There was a beautiful rainbow over their valley!
We met the local piggies, Diesel and Oinker.
We got a visit from some wild turkeys. It was a wonderful visit with Mark’s family, Oregon is a beautiful place.
is that they just jumble in my head!I never got good at multiplication, I never really learned that evil times table. I suppose there’s not the demand to learn the times table like there was when I was in school. There was a large poster of the that table grid in the front of our classroom, and I dreaded when the nun would roll up that poster then start picking students and demanding the answer to seven times eight. The thought of it can still upset my stomach. Images and colors make me happy, numbers serve to confuse.
When we were in Charlotte, North Carolina, we visited the Southend, and on the way back we stopped at a Mexican restaurant, with a great face in the floor tile. So, I stood there.
That’s what we do in North Carolina, sell radios and radio parts. It was a lovely trip, despite weather and a poor turnout, we did manage to get rid of a few radios and enjoy a lovely vacation.
We just got back from North Carolina. This is what West Virginia looked like a week ago. We’ve never seen so much snow so far south in April.