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MY WEEK IN PHOTOS: AUGUST 19–25, 2019!

A week that revolved around food, photography gigs, and seeing friends around the dinner table. And, I finally bring home a pottery set I’m proud of!

Enjoy!

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Some new babies in pottery tonight: I’m thinking one will become a planter, and another is an alternate vase shape to the ones I’m making for Kiki.

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Always fun when I get to take home a box of pieces.

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Got a postcard from Europe, from Lena and Delphine

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Got better photos in the morning of my mugs! I’m very proud of these, they actually feel like a set.

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Matte white on the speckled clay

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Glaze test completed. I think the pink will do.

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Mango and veggies for lunch

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Downtown for an evening with Gabby and Andrea

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Kevin and Gabby

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KEVIN

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Always leave feeling happy after seeing my SP gorls.

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Still so into my mugs, such a rare feeling

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Dots and corduroy

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Pimple is poppin’

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Enjoying a dusk drive across town to meet up for Anders’ birthday dinner at Freedman’s

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Incredible fish bottle

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Pickles, matzo ball soup, table side cut brisket, bone marrow, ugh DELICIOUS.

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Enjoying a scoop after din din

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Zach finished assembling all his comic boxes

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We are lucky to have cousin Peanut here with us for the next few days.

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Sufi is thrilled

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Shooting more for Far Bar

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And then shooting over at Sake Dojo

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Coffee whiskey to end the night

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Finally time to address the tupperware

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Had a tupperware tragedy

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Zach’s hummingbird hobby continues

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Peanut trying to assist in tupperware organization

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Never really fully organized the pantry after we moved, so this is the fun weekend activity for today.

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Small improvement

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The snack cupboard is really where it has gotten out of hand.

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Probably looks the same, but it has 70% less things.

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A clean kitchen

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Dressed and ready for Mandy’s event

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Mandy organized an event for a young chef to build a menu around, and for her to sell some of her Mandy Ink merch and prints.

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Beautiful dish after beautiful dish. Little bites, all themed around seafood.

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Congrats, Mandy!

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Lovely summer eve

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Shot some pieces for the lovely Amanda

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And then afterwards started some of the processing.

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Zeen’s little brother came to town

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Boiling Crab with some more of Zach’s family.

Thank you for reading!

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A question that you may or may not feel inclined to answer? So! Let’s do it. I invite you to answer in the comments:

What’s the wildest thing you’ve had an a maki roll? The Louisiana style fried chicken this week was pretty fun (and spicy).
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Much love friends!

Posted by:sarahwaldo

By day I'm a content producer at an arts org in Los Angeles, by night I am the overly apologetic brain and face of sleepywaldo.blog

3 replies on “POP-UP DINNER AND MY MUG SET

  1. Finally had time to catch up with your posts – I kinda miss the good old livejournal days where I had the time to check in regulary. But it’s really fun seing your friends from high school, cause I remember them too 🙂

    Wildest maki roll is one with strawberry in it. Never really thought about it, only knew those with fish or cucumber – but it was surprisingly tasty. I wish we had more crazy ones around here… (Or any of that awesome food you post for that matter ;))

    Reading through those posts, I had these questions pop up in my head:
    – Did giving up dairy help you (yet)?
    – What do you do with all the puzzles you make? I love puzzles, but I wouldn’t even have the storage. Do you borrow them and give them back afterwards? Or have some secret puzzle stash?
    – Same goes for your pottery. I’m really impressed by how good your pieces look and also a bit jealous cause I would love to try that as well. But yet again – I wouldn’t have any storage. Don’t you have hundreds of pieces already? What’s your storage secret?
    – Or: Is your house that big? With the outdoor cinema (which is super cool btw) it seems like it is huuuuge…

    Sorry for the many questions, I think I read 12 posts today 😉

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  2. I applaud you on the symmetry of those mugs! They’re amazing! I found a small arts center here that does a Friday night ceramics class (4 weeks in a row) that I am going to sign up for once I have a little more free time.

    My favorite maki roll is from a place called Dragon King’s Daughter in Louisville, KY. It’s a Japanese/Mexican fusion type of place. The roll that I love is called “the Italian Picnic” and has asparagus tempura, proscuitto, basil, Japanese mayo, and pine nuts. A little different, but AMAZING.

    I’ve been following along with you for years now and am always excited to see a new post. I love your photography and the way it reminds me of the LJ days. What does Zach do for a living? I know that he was producing those live shows/podcast comedy shows, but realized that I don’t know what he does now! Seems strange to ask.

    Hope you’re having an incredible time in Japan!

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