The limits and desires I’ve spun over a lifetime have manifested a 1904 three-story, red brick, row house, on a quiet dead end street in one of Cincinnati’s earliest suburbs. This version surprises me! Is this the dream I’ve been working towards?
Dear readers tell me about the places, neighborhoods, shops, restaurants, landmarks, sights, and oddities I MUST visit and explore while I'm in Portland!
The quilt pattern inspiration for this week are the orderly/disorderly school windows of Mission High. See the photo and my interpretive sketch.
Don't get me wrong. I'm not typically a sports fanatic, but I have to admit that I've caught orange fever this season. I went to my first San Francisco Giants game in August, and I've watched almost every post-season game on TV. They have a great team of lovable characters. My favorites are Tim Lincecum, Brian Wilson, Cody Ross, Buster Posey, Freddy Sanchez, and UUUUU-ribe!
Lots of people have caught the fever here in San Francisco, and it's near impossible to find anything orange in the thrift shops. So yesterday afternoon I decided to dye an old white t-shirt Giants Orange. Later the same day, I'm ready to watch the game at a bar in North Beach.
Let's Go Giants!