Month: January 2010

Just About Gardening Time

I went outdoors today to take some doll photos because the sun was out for the first time in ages, and I happened to take a good look around my house. Weeds and things, and broken tree limbs everywhere! It’s time to start one of my favorite pastimes which is weeding, and once I get started you can hardly stop… Read more →

Read A Book

I have been thinking lately that it would be good for me to start reading books again. I am realizing that my time spent in front of the computer screen is interesting and entertaining but soulless. I first want to get out my poetry books, and then make friends with all of the other neglected books that are sitting silently… Read more →

PukiPuki’s are Perfect!

I recently sold one of my Blythe dolls on Plastic Paradise, which funded my latest doll. I bought another tiny bjd, a Fairyland PukiPuki, and I have to agree with my Flickr contacts that also have Puki’s when they say this is a perfect doll. I have a page all about The PukiPuki’s if you are looking for more information… Read more →

California Stormin

Weather is so interesting! Here in Northern California it has been a relatively dry winter so far, but the past three days have given us enough rain to make up for the slow start. Well almost. My husband and I live on a hilltop, and our house is totally exposed to the elements, so when there is a storm we… Read more →

Summer and Winter Night Sky

I found this photo at the “Astronomy Picture of the Day” site. It caught my interest for a few reasons. One is the beautiful scenery photographed at opposite ends of the earth. The other reason is that this is a visual of something that I could never really grasp in my mind, and that being the differences that occur in… Read more →

A Home With A View

I know that I have mentioned a few times that I still am attached to my Los Angeles roots. I read the LA Times and LA Weekly most mornings which always leaves me feeling nostalgic for the places and people of my past. This morning a house caught my eye because of the interesting architecture, very open and light. Also… Read more →