Bad for not posting for so long, that is.
We were traveling in Mexico and LA — you can find out a little about our trip from my last post at the History Hoydens Blog. And before that, packing up everything in our house so just about every room except my already-repainted study could be repainted in our absence.
Which means that now that we’re home — uncharacteristically tanned and even more uncharacteristically relaxed from hanging out on beaches that really did look like the one in the above picture; actually we were at the one in the picture — we’re surrounded by cartons of books amid walls so gloriously colored that we don’t want to put things back where they rather awkwardly were. Which means it’s going to be a long rearrangement, but I hope a productive one.
But I promise I’ll be back soon. And more regularly…
And meanwhile, another lovely picture, sent to me by my friend Penni Kimmel for yet another New Year (how many new years am I going to need before I get back in sync with myself?)
Anyway, enjoy: THE COW AND THE GIRL, from Oakland artist and Mills College Professor of Art Hung Liu — in celebration of the Lunar New Year.