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Tuesday, September 07, 2010

28 August 2010 journal page

Pull the layers back to reveal a page about making bread (not banana or cornbread, but whole wheat bread) for the first time!
Question of the day: If you were going to trek up/down along the Coast to No CA from Los Angeles, where would you go? What would you see? Where would you stay? What would you do if you were on a tight budget? Inquiring minds would LOVE to know! Thanks!

Blog Love:

Spilled Milk #3 is out!
What are you afraid of?
Mail Envy
Janet Hill
Sculpture Collection
Around the studio
Lucy is back!
September is...
Feeling Bookish

Films Seen:
Los Angeles Plays Itself David and I attended the Sunday night screening of it at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. It's the second time we've seen the film. We really enjoyed seeing it on the big screen AND staying afterwards to listen to director, Thom Andersen, answer questions from the audience. I thought it was even more intriguing the second time around after seeing several of the films from the documentary. Definitely one to scope out to see, regardless as to whether or not you live in Los Angeles!


Kelly Warren said...

i LOVE that big red poppy in the middle. i used to have a bread machine (cheating, i know) and i loved the fresh smell coming out of that thing. no sure whatever happened to it!

Lori Wostl said...

I used to live in Santa Maria and some of my favorite places were Cayucas, Cambria and Morro Bay. We were photographers and biologists in those days so landscape and flowers were what we looked at. For food I would pick Morro Bay...have fun! Unless they have done major work I would not trek Hiway 1.

gayle said...

Hi Kelly,
It's Gayle. Been trying to contact you but emails are bouncing back. Send me an email, please.