As you read this, we are hopefully halfway across NY state or somewhere in Pennsylvania or something, starting out our 10-day road trip. I am not entirely sure where the last week went, we were so focused on getting ready for this trip that the last week just feels like a blur. On top of the trip we’ve had a lot of other things going on, some of which I cannot tell you about just yet, but I cannot wait until I can!
What I can do, is show you a few images from the last week. It’s a lot of printing, working, new posters, etc. I promise I am not trying to advertise to you guys, it was just a very work-heavy week.
Hope everyone has a wonderful weekend and hopefully next Friday’s post will be a bit more exciting as we will be one-week on the road and by that point we will have already been to DC, Baltimore, Philly and we will be in Brooklyn. I anticipate a pretty big Friday post 🙂
How I spent my Friday night! Screenprinting, hot spiced cider with a little Kraken rum, and I listened to (and since finished) Tina Fey’s book Bossy Pants. May not be some people’s idea of a Friday night, but it was perfect to me.
Saturday morning I left the house before 8am for yoga and got to spend a few quiet moments watching this beauty on our street. Photo is a little blurry because I was trying to hard not to scare her off. Isn’t she so beautiful?
Our colorful CSA share last week. So many goodies. I am seriously gonna miss this during the winter months!
Check out this incredible chevron wall piece our friend JP made for his fiancé and our good friend, Dana’s salon, Fawn & Fox. Isn’t it amazing?
An installation on display at fawn & fox of some prints we designed for them. There particular prints are all one-of-a-kind, printed over layers and layers of other pieces of prints from over the years.
More printing. This was me reprinting our San Francisco print.You can see the finished print here.
Monday was a stressful day for many reasons, this looming trip, the dog was sick, etc. I was up around 6:00am and before 8:00am I had a batch of crinkle cut turnip chips in the oven. What can I say, I like to cook when my mind is overwhelmed. It calms me down.
A close up sneak of a brand new Philadelphia art print we designed and printed this week.
Here is the finished print. We’ll have this for sale on the road and it will be available online when we get home.
I got a copy of Ocala Style Magazine’s November issue in the mail today, where two of my recipes are shared as part of their “Slow Cookers, Speedy Meals” feature.
It’s my recipes for Chipotle Black Bean and Quinoa Crock-Pot Stew and Butternut Squash & Chickpea Coconut Curry.
Last night’s simple dinner. A banana, almond butter, cocoa and chia seed smoothie. It was exactly what I needed.