… but pestle and a glass slab. I’ve made a rule out of using the things I already have and not buying anything new. So far it’s working fine. Here you can see what’s become of the geranium-tomato sauce: I grind it with said slab and pestle, making fine pigments which are alarmingly whitish. But […]
It makes me do things. Not only want-to but actually do-do. Last weekend, sitting under a linden tree, I started collecting the seed vessels and now I’m going to stick pins into them to be able to thread them on a string later. I’m in jewellery mode again. And yesterday I went to not only […]
I’ve been very quiet for some time now, I know. It’s partly because I’m still working too much, but also because I’ve received visitors, concentrated on my gardening articles and also becauce it’s too hot to do anything other than complain. But what with the end of august (and everything after) that’s going to change.
As of now I’m moving my gardening articles to Experiment Selbstversorgung. Michael and Lisa have invited me I’ve invited myself to write non-regular guest posts about my experiences on urban gardening on their blog. I’m looking forward to contributing to this extraordinary project. My first post may sound familiar (I’m doing some recycling) – it […]
Do you see this? The geranium sap shell (gss) is all crystal like a pretty little geode. I took a lot of pictures, and you have to watch them ALL! Do you know what’s great? It dissolves really easy in water. Making it very easy to soak up paint with a brush and … well […]
Guess what! I’m still collecting flowers (and other stuff) for further experiments.
That’s all folks. At least for now. Muah-ha-ha
I’m a bit worried about the Tolkien stuff. There ist so much of it! I’ve already moved it to a langer level, but there is still more to come. I’ve counted, there are four copies of ‚The Silmarillion (two in german, two in english), five copies of ‚The Hobbit‘ (one in german, four in english) […]
We My boyfriend spend the weekend finally altering and installing our old/new bookshelf. Thank you dad for building it in the first place! I think this means we’re finally living here …
Patience dear Lindir, patience. I’m not at work today, I’m sorting out the books. And because I love doing it, I’m building stacks. That’s SF and childrens stories That is no stack. Also it’s mainly fantasy and tolkien. And that is the non-fiction part. The highest stacks are science, plants and art. No, we are […]