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Friday, September 30, 2011

Souvenirs from Ethiopia/ 22. fresher meat

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Souvenirs from Ethiopia/ 21. Look familiar?

The green circle might have originated in Seattle, but the black beans originated from Ethiopia.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Sunday, September 18, 2011

Melissa + Joy : SATURATED | September Brown

This is what Joy has to say about her brown picture "I have always been intrigued by the wooden telephone poles, at major intersections, in older parts of town. They are COVERED with nails, screws, staples, and even shreds of paper. There are literally hundreds of stories here... lost pets, found pets, business ventures, scams, homes for sale, stuff for sale, and so much more.....I want to ask each little nail or pin...what is the story you told?".

Mine is of the fresh Ethiopian coffee beans that Stephen used this weekend to make his cup of black (brown :)) goodness.

Parker goes Golfing

So the whole session was super relaxed and fun, but I thought I would highlight the part where Parker whipped out his golf club and whacked some balls.

Fountain Square

When I describe where we live, I always say "Do you know where Fountain Square is? Well, we don't live there, but we live right over the highway in Fletcher Place." I guess I don't want people thinking we live in the ghetto. But I should really be ashamed of my betrayal because Fountain Square is always faithful to provide good food, great art, a friendly library, locally brewed drinks, and loads of culture (hence the cultural trail is being poured as we speak). We headed there on Saturday for their annual arts parade. Fountain Square, pleas accept my apologies.

Schroeder ate his bowl of oatmeal and was hungry for more, but it was already 10 o'clock and lunch was right around the corner so mommy said no. He accepted my answer and sweetly started to help Maggie eat her bowl of oatmeal.