Well, it was time to say goodbye and prepare the quince blossoms for composting – but not before one more close up… …lovely to the end.
Just as I was losing hope, I looked out from my balcony last night and to my surprise, the Bayview Rise mural was lit up! There didn’t seem to be much fanfare or announcement as it appeared. Maybe they are … Continue reading
…looking out this morning to sea gulls and dark skies. We are happy to report lots of rain clouds here in San Francisco, even though the sun is trying to peek through. We got a good soaking overnight which will … Continue reading
Pretty magnolias by J.
Yoyo teaching us to enjoy every spot of sunshine (no matter how small), wherever it might be. It was literally the only spot in the house and as it moved (between cords, under furniture…), so did she, until there were … Continue reading
J&T’s snaps from last weekend’s Chinese New Year Parade…colorful and festive.
Where has the time gone? February is almost over already and March is right around the corner. Can you believe it? It’s been a crazy time lately with lots of ups and downs. (I’m glad the full moon has passed) … Continue reading
No. 156 Frieze Magazine Isobel Harbison – What does the term ‘gallerina’ symbolize? One recent afternoon, a gallerist visiting from the US walked into the office of an established London gallery, openly accessible from the exhibition space. ‘Hello girls,’ he … Continue reading
Last month I decided to try out some natural homemade fertilizers for my plants. I used ground egg shells and vinegar. So, did it work?… The vinegar (1 tablespoon to a gallon of water) on the rose plant was a … Continue reading
After the low fog burned off this morning, it is turning out to a beautiful sunny day here in San Francisco. Yoyo and I took a walk and after huffing and puffing up the hill, the clever dog decided to … Continue reading
Such a wide variety of birds all taken in San Francisco.
I got this nice surprise in the mail from my thoughtful friends in Paris. I call it my James Turrell heart. It reminds me of his Aten Reign installation that we saw together at the Guggenheim in New York last summer. … Continue reading
We have had four straight days of much needed rain here in San Francisco. But cabin fever is starting to set in so it was out to the dog park during the lull. There we found happy and blooming plants … Continue reading