MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: FEBRUARY 18–24, 2019!
Pizza and ice cream with friends, pampering the money tree, big mud balls, seeing Robyn at the Palladium, and a thrift haul.
Starting the week tracking a huge beautiful cloud across the sky.
Four recent finished pieces from pottery—one little dog bowl, one tea cup, one crooked smaller tea cup, and a what I’d use as a rice bowl.
Trying to edit photos that were shot in a dark room and on this bright day (thank you, windows) all I could see was myself in the reflection
Draped my blanket over the monitor and myself, now I have my own personal editing cave.
Bundled up and ready to head out to meet friends.
I see you
Little bit of a wait at Roberta’s so we sit at the bar.
Bee sting pizza, honey and chili sauce on yum yum
Eating my honeycomb then watching Kiki eat her icecream
Trying to be brave and pack up my clay tools that I got for Christmas. I feel too amateur still to be using some of these tools since I don’t really know what they are for. Need to be doing more research…
Woke up early to finish the last episode of Sharp Objects which I have been slowly obsessing over the last week.
Are you sick of these window shots yet
Sometimes he’s pretty cute
Off-Friday, started the morning with some photo editing and moved on to some bacon and eggs.
And now we continue to fuss over the money tree
We basically took the tree out, loosened up the potting soil, added a pan with gravel, etc. We are determined to make the money tree love us.
Had some quiet puzzle time
Orchids looking pretty happy
Went to Blum and Poe to see “Parergon: Japanese Art of the 1980s and 1990s”
Mud, clay, and balloon balls
“Artists began to explore subversive artistic languages and integrate underground subcultures into their practice using a variety of media, ranging from experimentations in electro-acoustic music, geopolitical and conceptual photography, and appropriations of advertisement culture.”
Love these photographs of man-made geological interventions
Tried flamin’ hot doritos, love the flavor (duh) not sure about the dorito form though.
Decided to use my huge lasagne noodles from Eataly to make a pasta, but I think it would have been even better with a creamer, thicker, stickier sauce.
Went to Caveman Kitchen for some Peruvian
Oh HELL yes. Shared a burger and some lomo saltado with the delicious green sauce.
Zach had to stop at Guitar Center, so I popped over to a nearby thrift shop to poke around
Burrito or wallet
Whoops, bought a few things! It all came out to $30 or so—got a picnic basket, a basket for dog toys, a set of mugs (I DIDN’T NEED MORE BUT HERE I AM), and Disneyland Tiki Room salt and pepper shakers.
The $1 basket did the trick of holding all the dog toys
Starting From Here to Eternity by mortician, funeral director, and death positive activist Caitlin Doughty (finally after having it sit on my nightstand forever). She wrote Smoke Gets in Your Eyes which I really enjoyed, this is her second book.
Sunday night, headed to Sake Dojo to shoot more new menu items.
Rolls and hand rolls
From the grill
The best way to end the week.
Thanks for reading!
Much love friends.