To keep this art-related, here is my sketch of the yogurt carton. Now you know why I don't draw. I could have erased the unfortunate lines with a vintage Pink Pearl eraser but they are packed away because the painter is here.
I get home with 200 bags of stuff ( and find that Marty, bored without my presence, has gone to bed for the night). So, martini and steak for me, all alone:-(
But what about ice??? You know my ice situation -- and deciding on a new icemaker is another (boring) saga. In desperation, I turned on the fridge icemaker - but I can't use those horrible, bulky big cubes in my drink. The blender doesn't chop ice very well, either.
Lightning Ice Cube Breaker to the rescue!!
In went the big, ugly ice cubes from the freezer.
Works a treat, even if the ice tastes a bit rusty.
Isn't it lovely? Went great with the steak. I was happy, despite eating alone.
I can't keep my blog art-related these days 'cause there isn't any art happening -but that will change, eventually. Thanks for reading anyway - and remember - your comments make my day.
P.P.S - I urge you to spend some time reading Trav and Kacy Williams' compelling and moving posts about America's small farmers (the farms are small, not the farmers - but you know what I mean) on the blog I referenced at the top of this post. Trav and Kacy are young and beautiful and travel around the country finding these amazing people and interiewing them.You simply must go there -- even if you just read this post about Henry Young.