Monday, April 5, 2010

Who Did What

{And What Got Did}

Panels, they got painted. Progress was made.


Chard, it got nibbled. By a something small and murine with discriminating taste in leafy greens.


Biscuit, he polished off the remains of an Easter breakfast while no one was looking.
Hot sauce and all.


Me, I savored a luxurious cup of Blue Bottle Coffee, brought special from San Francisco by a friend. (And which is now coming to Brooklyn, you lucky New Yorkers.)


Three other items of note: 1. We were woken from our Sunday afternoon naps by a bed-shaking earthquake. 2. The Hound of Love had a run-in with a rattlesnake. 3. Our wedding photos arrived today (!). I have pictures of the last two, but -I hope you'll understand- it's hard to take photographs of nap-time earthquakes.

Hope your weekend was earthquake and rattlesnake free.

13 comments:

  1. Oh I can't wait to see your wedding photos!!! And, Biscuit ate the hot sauce what great taste.. I love me some Chalua or Tapatio. These photos are great Lily, and I always love the variety of color in each one. BLUE BOTTLE COFFEE is by far my favorite coffee. When I am in the SF area, I will grab an extra bag for you and send it your way!! Keep on enjoying life lovely friend! xo

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  2. yikes! i am glad everyone is okay. :) and what a cute post. i am craving that coffee.

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  3. I'm down in Irvine right now, and we felt the earthquake just as we started eating the big Easter lunch! Wow! First time I've felt one this large - a bit unsettling and appetite surpressing if you ask me!

    Dying to get back to SF for my daily BB fix! Oh how I miss it!

    Cannot wait to see those wedding photos!

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  4. Lilly;

    I was counting the days to the time you were going to mention rattlesnakes (very lively in the desert from what I have heard) and a most undesirable natural element in Ca. an eartquake.

    Glad to hear you guys are safe....and the Hound of love also...

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  5. Ha! I was thinking the same thing right after the quake. I wish there was a way to photograph the feeling.

    And the beautiful brass table does indeed have it's own story - brought home with us from when my parents lived in Egypt, when I was too tiny to remember it.

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  6. i heard about the earthquake this morning...hope everything is well with you.
    your easter weekend sounds like the perfect blend of productive and idle. can't wait to see your wedding photos!

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  7. I thought of you and wondered if you'd felt the quake. Wow. Glad you're all safe after earthquake, hot sauce, and rattlesnake.

    Earthquake, Hot Sauce, Rattlesnake--my next book title . . .

    Cannot wait to see the wedding photos!!!! I'm not a big ! user, so you know I mean it.

    xo g

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  8. I'm glad it all got did and eaten, my dear, especially the paintings part.

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  9. Fun pics. Curious to know what camera you use? D and I decided a new camera would be a good monumental present for my 30th birthday.

    D and I were woken up by and earthquake. I lived in California for six years and never once felt an earthquake. A month after we moved to Illinois we were woken up by one in the middle of the night. Funny.

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  10. yes earthquakes are funtastic as long as you are not in eminent danger...when i was younger i would scream for my mother...now i wonder if i had been drinking too much wine...rattlesnakes...now that scares me!

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  11. earthquakes i'm beginning to figure out. rattlesnakes. that will be a whole new story!

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  12. Rattlesnakes and earthquakes??! 2 huge fears of mine! Glad to hear the family is safe! XOXO

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  13. What an extremely productive day.

    And your Biscuit and my Illa would make a winning team in the polishing off unlikely foods stakes.

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