The nice thing about having an iphone is being able to take pretty good photos while mobile, without having to lug my giant camera around. Here’s Josh on the Burke-Gilman trail, during our 20 mile bicycle ride last Sunday. I made fun of his outfit–he was wearing all brown (“They were on clearance!” he said defensively), and I was wearing my neon tee-shirt that says “I don’t do earth tones”. What a pair!
Fleeta gave us her old mountain bike, and I’m using it right now for our rides. I have yet to Liz it up with hoop tape/glitter/stickers, but in the meantime I DID dress it up with my DIY neon faux fur bicycle seat cover! Hawt.
We did a little biking tour at the halfway point, Marymoor Park. I take the dogs there all the time to the dog park but I’ve never spent any time checking out the other parts of the park–like the climbing wall. Of course, I have zero interest in the climbing wall, but Josh can’t help himself. He’s so full of stromph.
In the immortal words of Little Edie, “I’m losing quite a bit of weight but I feel perfectly terrible.” I’ve lost a little weight and I can wear this fabulous skirt again. The colors make me happy, not to mention my brain has always loved swirly psychedelic art.
Current art project: Prismacolor drawing from a still of the movie “Daisies”. I’m going to mount the drawing on wood and paint over the top, and it will be fantastic once I’m through, I just know it. After that, I plan on a painting of my rainbow platform shoes. It’s nice to have creative projects going!
My “shark week” started with a BANG this morning and Josh offered to pick up dinner tonight, hallelujah! I requested Mongolian Grill–I’m in the mood for a big pile of beef and vegetables, smothered in mushroom garlic sauce with a splash of plum sauce and some brown rice. Mmmmmm. Unghf, I just made myself really hungry.