Daily Thing: pillow
I saw something similar somewhere, but I'm not sure where. My rendition didn't turn out too well. I may try again...or not. I hate stuffing stuff--the seams were perfectly rounded until I got sloppy and stuffed the pillow man too quickly with handfuls of polyfil at a time.
Daily Thing: zucchini breadMmmm. I love it. I substituted apple sauce for half of the oil - less fattening, healthier. You can make a complete substitution of apple sauce for oil, but I just went for half. It was a great breakfast!
Today's daily thing? Shoot, I really don't know. I'm baby sitting today...
When I went to JoAnn's on Saturday, they had bamboo batting. I'm so inordinately fond of my bamboo socks and bamboo is so environmentally friendly that I decided to try it. I bought the crib size package for $13.95 at JoAnn's, but the source I linked to has the same size for $19.49. A bit pricey either way, but a considerable difference between the two sources. The batting is unbelievably soft. From my previous bamboo-related posts, you may remember that I sang the praises of bamboo. Forgive my repetition, but here it comes again: bamboo products are naturally antibacterial, chemical free, and wick moisture from body; bamboo plants absorb 2/3 more carbon dioxide and release 2/3 more oxygen than any other plant on earth.
I can't wait to try it!
While looking for something else, I found this water color I did about 6 years ago when I was involved in mail art.
Woman Admiring Khia's ParrotI corresponded with another mail artist whose 2 daughters were often involved. Fiona sent me the parrot stamp made from one of Khia's drawings. I drew a Picasso-esque lady admiring the parrot (on a 4 x 6 water color postcard). That is the actual stamp "on the table"...dated 2002. I love that little stamp!