Rudolph is in The Funny Times this month in glorious grayscale but you can get your own version, in full color and with all the words from my store - just in time for Christmas! Right here!
It's coming up and it's never too early to start planning for your party! And a Crow Satz invitation to go with it!
Anyone else out there do this? I absolutely refuse to open the dishwasher (once it's finished) unless I'm ready to empty it completely. All or nothing. Regardless of what I might need from it or how rushed I might be.
There IS logic here, btw. If you do it this way, it's always a certainty that whatever is in it is unwashed, even if it might appear clean. Only two states of being. Empty or populated with unwashed dishware.
Time to test your barista art chops. Here's what I poured this morning. Just some random blobs of textured milk in my espresso. The challenge is - what to make it? With a tiny bit of reserved foam in the steaming cup and a dial thermometer to help, your task is to make it into "something". After you've had some time to think and hopefully comment, I'll show you what I ended up with!
Oh mannnnn. I decided to wait until later to hit the gym (later meaning after 5 AM) because I was bound and determined to PAINT FIRST! But the prep took time. And then I prepped a second because I want to do two at the same time - just to show 'em.
And THEN it was lunchtime. And I made the mistake of eating a big (and delicious) camarones fajitas quesadilla and quac. And cheeeeeps. So full. I felt like Santa with his round belly.
Waddled into the gym and strapped in to the rower. The good news was that my power output was great - doing it later in the day really helps. The bad news is my stomach and brain had decided between the two of them that it was time to digest, not to row like crazy. Ugh.15 minutes and I'd had enough.
On the plus side - I'm back in the studio with my paints!
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