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Red sculpture by Cedric Harper. As for who carved the bull, I do not know. There were no markings on the wood. Two lovely works now adjacent on a bookshelf.

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Learn more about the Arnold Arboretum here. A great place to visit.

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just a blurry one beneath the branches of the oak tree

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Photo inspiration:  One morning a friend kept forwarding all of these dark chocolate recipes. One recipe was for a dark chocolate souffle and I remember thinking, “I don’t want to make the souffle, I just want to eat it!” In the end, I went to the refrigerator, found a lingering bar of dark chocolate, and decided to cut up one strawberry on top. I took the photo and set the plate aside thinking I’d leave this little treat for someone else but amazingly enough by the end of the day, the plate was empty … and my craving for chocolate was satisfied. 😉

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Growing tarragon from seed (my first attempt) in a little egg carton crate.

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a simple breakfast 😉

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art by jordan

art by jordan

What brightens a long day? Arriving home to a big envelope. At first, I was thinking , “Oh, heck. What could this be?” I flip over the envelope and see the magic words. “Love Jordan.” My nephew and in the kids postcard club. He’s not even half a dozen years old yet though he almost looks like he’s twelve. I exaggerate only a bit. I’m not sure if he’s ready for a stationery kit like Maya but I told his parents to let him know that since he sent me a beautiful flower I am planning to send him a hummingbird (postcard).

More about this photo in a future post. Take care. 😉

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red

After working with words all day, all I wanted to do was play with food all night.

Red onion, roasted red tomatoes, sausage, and sprinkle of fresh parsley.

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