Sunday, January 31, 2010
Saturday, January 30, 2010
Thursday, January 28, 2010
My name is Elisa. I like rainbows. The rain helps to create them. And the sun gives them the colors. When I see a rainbow, I come out to play.
Image and words © 2010 Malgorzata Kawashima. All rights reserved.
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
My name is Joanna. I like to look at the stars. There are other things that I like to do, but I don't want to talk about it now, because I am busy looking at the night sky with my friend.
Thursday, January 21, 2010
I remember the houses I lived in Poland. The Hazelnut trees that my father planted by the fence near Mrs.Gęsikowska's (a widow, who sold alcohol after hours). I remember the flowers I liked: chabry & kąkole. In Florida I grow rosemary - a very fragrant herb/shrub, that has very beautiful sky-blue flowers. In this photo, there aren't any flowers, because this plant is newly planted: still a baby.
Posted by Malgorzata at Thursday, January 21, 2010
Monday, January 18, 2010
This little birdie was missing a beak. I had a brilliant idea to give him a new beak made from a rose thorn. Yes! It worked! I glued the new nose with Gorilla super glue, and it looks as good as new!!!
Sunday, January 17, 2010
If someone in your family is a suspected hoarder,
don't leave things that you've decided to donate
laying around in plain view. Hide them somewhere,
where the suspected hoarder can't see them. Hoarders
are attracted to things that others are trying to get rid of.
This T shirt from Tokyo is one such object.
Saturday, January 16, 2010
Food is not important here, but if it were, then I would post a better picture: I would try my best to make it clear and eye catching, with good color balance and the right color temperature. But who cares, right? I am not trying to sell anything here. This is a "Tofu and Leftover Long Grain Rice Colored with Turmeric Cake". But who cares? No one is hungry, and no one reads this blog. It is so funny. The secret ingredient in this leftover food recipe is a very expensive aceto di vino bianco, and it is staring at you in this illustration.
Posted by Malgorzata at Saturday, January 16, 2010
Wednesday, January 13, 2010
My papaya caviar canape is made from my own papaya, that grows in my garden. The green tomato slice used here is also from my garden. The sea salt crystals are from Spain, and the toast was made from the Italian Five Grain bread bought at Publix Bakery. Oh, I almost forgot: the white creamy stuff -- that's Greek yogurt.
To assemble your papaya caviar canape you will need:
toast (made from Italian five grain bread);
plain Greek yogurt -- spread it on the toast;
slice of papaya - place it on toast;
slice of green tomato -- place it on papaya;
dollop of yogurt on top, then top it with papaya
seeds sprinkled with coarse sea salt. Delicious!
Friday, January 8, 2010
My new bicycle is sky-blue. I rode it to the store. I parked it under a small tree. I went to the store and bought a cup of coffee for 75 cents. I returned to my bike. I noticed a little linen sac hanging from a branch - I touched it; It was very firmly packed with something - maybe bird seeds. Then I heard a bird singing, so I looked up, and in that moment shit fell on my head. I looked down, and I saw an old coin. I put the coin in my bike basket. And at that moment I felt very fortunate and blessed with all the riches of the world.
Posted by Malgorzata at Friday, January 08, 2010
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