Every now and then I take some time to browse around Pinterest – gardening tips are some of my favorites!
Also posted in In the kitchen
Cancer is a devastating disease that touches all of our lives – there is probably no one out there who hasn’t been affected by it in one way or another, either suffering it in one’s own body or having it touch the life of a loved one.
… why can´t we? Live in peace, harmony, and love, I mean. You’ve probably seen it before… when brought up together as babies, different animals do get along together, right?
Also posted in Inspiration
There’s been very little sun around here the last few weeks. So I’ve basically been hibernating. And working, working, working!
Oh, boy, oh boy! I hope you’ve been saving up your pennies, because you’re sure going to want to spend some $$$ this week!
I am a self-taught quilter. Until recently, I had never taken a quilting class in my life. Part of the reason for this is that there were no quilting classes available where I live. Add to that the fact that I prefer to learn on my own, through tutorials or manuals.
Thanksgiving Day is not celebrated in Ecuador, but it is a tradition for our family. So today will be not the last Thanksgiving to spend together, but the last family get-together we will share at my mother’s house here in Quito, were all big family celebrations have taken place for the last four decades!
I grew up in a bilingual, bi-cultural family. We spoke mainly English at home with my mother and father, although my brothers and I did seem to mix in a lot of Spanish, too. (The language of choice pretty much depends on the subject. Soccer, for example, is something discussed in Spanish, of course!)
I apologize to my regular English-speaking visitors for this post in Spanish – just this once. (There is an English version after the text in Spanish.)
…Which is pretty much how this whole year seems to have been going. Scattered. That is, me feeling scattered. Not the year. Or?
Also posted in Designing/EQ