Wednesday, March 23, 2011

talk what you please of future spring

i suppose spring is coming -- the sky looks different, and the light in the morning and afternoon is warm. we had one really balmy day, as a little reminder that it's coming, and now the temperature is back in the 30s, as a little reminder that we live in maine.

this boy. here he is doing his h dubs (get it? homework? hw? h dubs?). he let me give him hugs yesterday.

the girl is hatching plans to leave india and go to china!

here's how to turn your computer screen into a game of katamari.

i made vegan chocolate-banana bread pudding, and not only was it delicious, but now mark knows that he does like bread pudding, despite its dubious name.

i've been watching the first season of big love (which i watched long ago, way back in the days of hbo).

i'm stitching something great.

my writing project continues for now, and i love both the writing and the excuse to sit here messing around on the internets all day.

i had the most fun dream ever.

giant rabbits.

unicorns are show offs.

sperm whales name their babies.

let's go on a rollercoaster!

see what i mean about messing around on the internets? in addition to that, i walk my dog friend, and i don't have to wear my snow boot shoes or shuffle like a little old man any more!


mama d said...

Very uplifting post! I love your dream and one can never see enough of Janice and her panicked friend on the roller coaster!

Liz Woodbury said...

i'm glad you appreciate janice and friend on the roller coaster as much as i do! in my dream, i was having almost as much fun as janice!

Julie Falatko said...

I've cut out the banana and bread part and have just been making this vegan chocolate pudding (coconut oil, honey, chocolate, cinnamon, salt) that is unbelievable. It turns into this fudge thing in the fridge. I can't stop.

Liz Woodbury said...

OH. that sounds kind of incredible.

Julie Falatko said...

1/2 cup coconut oil, 1 cup cocoa, 3/4 cup raw honey, dash cinnamon, pinch sea salt. Liquify coconut oil, then mix everything together. It gets hard in the fridge. From "Raw Energy" by Stephanie Tourles. YUM.