*I think Lucky Charms smells like dog food.
Isn’t she gorgeous?
Judi Dench has worked for over 60 years and tattooed “Carpe Diem” on her inner wrist when she was 81.
You can read the interview here.
I enjoy drawing these each day while sheltering in place. 🙂 It’s interesting to see what I am excited to draw and what I dread…but I never let myself off the hook. I’m not skipping any. I believe persevering and working consistently will improve my skills even if I’m not happy with results.
Today is Ahmoud Arbery’s birthday. He was gunned down while jogging and there is video of it.
Do what you can to show your support of equal rights and justice.
It was stuck in my head, so now it’s stuck in yours…
Maybe I’ll finish the book before quarantine is over….?
I just looked up my zip code to see what is happening in our county (Maricopa):
My friend Karen knows everything. I bet you have a friend like that. She knows the most eco-friendly companies, the best recipes, the most delicious and exciting restaurants…well, she posted pictures of her kids building toilet paper moats around her on Instagram. When asked where she got her TP, she shared that she buys from a company called Who Gives a Crap.
They use 100% recycled paper. Because Karen was a subscriber before the pandemic, she has received her supplies on time without any interruption. Who Gives a Crap donates 50% of their profits to providing toilets and sanitation improvements to developing countries around the world.
If you visit their webpage, you’ll be met with this splashpage:
But no worries, they’ll replenish soon.
*Socially Conscious companies blog #1
I just viewed this helpful video from a doctor (Upworthy.com). Practice breathing this way and you’ll be prepared to do the right thing should you get infected.
There is a mockingbird that likes to perch outside my bedroom door each morning and squawk mightily. This, despite that it’s 6 am and, due to the pandemic, I can sleep in. This bird does not care.
I noticed that on some mornings, I am grateful and happy to hear the bird.
Other mornings, I am annoyed and flirt with the idea of shooing it away.
Same bird. Same noise. Same time.