Day 149 : girls, girls, girls


Sandy: I love hanging with my daughters, together or separately. Great and interesting food being a common denominator for all my children, they are willing conspirators to search out new eateries. Often I ask them for a restaurant suggestion in the City since two of them reside there and know the reputations of or have eaten at the newest restaurants.

Jessica had researched Juneau and found a sourdough bakery, Wild Oven, to visit while in Alaska a few weeks ago. The focaccia was so tender, almost right out of the oven, as was the cranberry bread which we went back for after it had been baked.

It was hard to be so exact while lettering their names. When I started thinking of the letters as objects, like the earlier flower drawings, rather than letters, it was much easier and looked more like the fonts I copied.

Sandy’s year long journey – going from being a right-hander to left-hander, and Kelly’s parallel trip as a left-hander doing things as a right-hander.

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