Isn't this the cutest thing? The art, yes. But also the little house. It's called a Little Library and houses just like it are popping up all over Madison. I think they're the coolest things, not just because they're cute but because of what they represent—community, caring and, best of all, free … [Read more...] about Little Libraries, And Free!
In yesterday's post, I spoke of social media and referred to myself as the mother of the group. Apparently, I don't have a realistic image of myself. My daughter sent me this link: Centenarians, senior citizens find social media brings them back into the human race. And here are a few more … [Read more...] about Wednesday Webs 9-7-11
The first Tuesday of the month is always a favorite because it's the AIGA Morning Blend gathering. Bright and early, I head into Madison and interact with cool design people—a big plus for me after spending days working alone in my studio. Afterward, I stay and work out of Ground Zero Coffee, a … [Read more...] about Social Skills Your Mother Never Taught You
For the past three years, my husband and I have been planting grapes. Each year we add another row and now we're up to 36 vines of Marquette, Frontenac and Frontenac Gris. As you can see by the one dried, bug-eaten yuck, we still don't have this viticulture thing fully mastered. But we're learning. … [Read more...] about AIGA is Like a Fine Wine