Lately Scott and I have both been reading novels by Haruki Murakami. Both of these books were gifted to us a couple of years ago before we even knew each other and we happened to start reading them at the same time without really realizing it. I've been in a reading rut for a while, so it's nice to have a story to look forward to when I go to bed.
Daphnie's been trying to recover from a UTI for several months. On a hike a while back, Scott called her "high maintenance," to which I got very offended. To me calling anyone/anything high maintenance is a huge insult. But then this week, as I switched her solid food to soft, added a second medication to her diet, carefully poured 1/2 a tablet of cranberry powder into her breakfast, collected her 4th urine sample of the year for the vet, and laid down a pee pad (every day before leaving the house) I said, "Wow Daphnie you're high maintenance!"
The art around the house has slowly been finding new homes on empty walls and this Panda is almost finished and will be for sale soon if anyone loves Pandas. (Who doesn't??) Also, Scott's current work for a show he'll be having on June 20th is quite obscure, clever, and borderline inappropriate. I love it.
I've been into watching a lot of early eighties films lately and falling asleep during everything. How have I lived this long and not watched Airplane??! THE BEST MOVIE. Also on the list has been High Fidelity, Pretty in Pink, and Naked Gun.
I've been getting really excited to see Sarah & Chase this week. I can't wait to show them around this little mountain town and take a mini road trip for a soak at my favorite hot springs. You might remember these two from my website. I photographed their amazingly intimate wedding in Columbus, Ohio two years ago. These photos above the day after their wedding in a local rose garden.
In February I bought Scott an Aeropress for coffee. It was part Valentines Day gift part "I'm leaving for Europe for two weeks" gift. It's basically all we make coffee with now. We've also been making and drinking a lot of margaritas. Like, a lot.
missing the ocean