I don't feel like reviewing anything and everything I have to review is backlist, anyway (no hurry), so here are a few photos.
Herb and cheese scone with cat:
Isabel was obsessed with the smell of the herb and cheese scones Huz made after we watched the Bread Ahead Bakery Herb and Cheese Scone tutorial (link leads to the YouTube tutorial). And, you can see how beautifully they turned out. After we watched that tutorial together, I heard Husband listening to another tutorial by the same chef while I was typing up my Monday Malarkey post. He cooked focaccia on Monday and it was nearly perfect, as well: fluffy, light, with a perfect, crispy golden crust. I highly recommend those Bread Ahead tutorials if you enjoy baking.
Lavender and mums:
A recent favorite photo from our patio pot garden. I thought the colors were so pretty together.
Something I recently painted (at Jeane's request):
That's the painting I said was done in imitation of de Kooning. It doesn't look at all like a de Kooning and I didn't even use the right type of paint (he worked in oil; I used acrylics and made some little adaptations to try to imitate certain effects) but half the goal was to get an understanding of the process and I feel like I succeeded in that. You can't probably tell but it has 5 or 6 layers and quite a bit of texture from all the scraping, dripping, scratching, and building up of those layers.
A rainbow for Pride month:
After a recent storm, we spotted a rainbow from our back patio. I think it was June 1. It seemed apropos.
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