Posts in Winter

March 8, 2016


Broken femur?


Posts in Winter

February 20, 2016

Like a chicken, I am cooped up in my house... Day after day after day, longing to be free-range. I busy myself with cat photography

and new designs for RSVP. Which will be chosen for Valentine's Day 2017?? Stay tuned...

Posts in Winter

January 14, 2016

Discovering Instacart might change my life.

These modern services enable my dwindling desire to engage with the outside world.


And why should I leave my house when Millie the Dog is learning to speak Human?

If only the shop were actually connected to my house.

Just look at that commute! Ridiculous. 

Or... inspiring? It must be inspiring because I made this.


Posts in Winter

January 8, 2016

January has already been SO busy. I don't know about Jen, but I've had to take a really active role as a listener/watcher.

First this: (Sherlock!)

And then this: (Serial Podcast: season 2!)

And now THIS?? (Making A Murderer, brought to you by the good folks at Netflix and Men's Wearhouse!)

It's a lot to keep track of... I'm taking notes if anyone needs them.

Don't ask me how (DON'T ASK ME), but I was able to squeeze in one card:


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December 31, 2015

I'm pretty sure it was our Jewish neighbor (and not Santa Claus) who put our presents under the tree when we were at Midnight Mass.

I got a globe.

But I barely remember that! I barely remember crying and sulking in my bedroom! Because this was the Lord's day, not mine!

Merry Christmastime, everyone!

Posts in Winter

December 16, 2015

Feeling pretty fancy over here because The Washington Post picked up the Religion News Service article! (Is that how it works?? See? TOO fancy for me!)

But, obviously, not as fancy as Dinah.

Posts in Winter

December 15, 2015

Thank you, Religion News Service, for appreciating the ho-ho-Holiday-humdrum-hole-filling.  

And thank you, Dinah the Cat, for understanding the true meaning of Christmas.

And you're right, you should be in the new Christmas card.


Posts in Winter

December 8, 2015

 Oh, No Coast Craft-o-Rama... You never let us down! 

The Midtown Market's halls were decked and bedazzled with all things Holiday... And handmade goodness was traded for cold-hard-cash. 

The Zeichen Press Empire is always draped in black fabric because black is slimming.

Here's a new Christmas card/fantasy?: