This week we've been getting ready to go to San Diego for the Good Vibrations Unschooling conference. Holly and I are going, and meeting Kirby at the airport in San Diego on Thursday.
The pictures aren't about that, except that you can look at one project here: http://sandradodd.com/magnets We have some ready to sell at the conference, but aren't quite prepared to do mail order until we get back, tweak the page a bit, and see whether we have magnets left or need to get more.
The birds have been happy and pretty. This is out the window of Holly's old room.
Because I have a page on the Egyptian onions my sister gave me, which have survive and thrive (more or less) these many years later, I got a phone call from a stranger. It was from a nice lady at a nursery in Oregon. Theirs had all died from too much rain. Mine were mostly dying from too LITTLE rain, but I had just not long before tended the sad plot (not the one in the photos/ they're in a better place in the yard now). I had a batch of new babies coming up. They do two cycles a year.
So I sold some onions to a nursery. :-)
Here's Holly with her car wash signs. (I helped.)
What those photos have in common is that they were taken in the past week, in or right outside my house. I like my life.