Friday, July 10, 2009

Past 2 Weeks


For the past 2 weeks my husband Eric has been working his regular job of teaching guitar plus teaching a music camp at Jackson's Music. He has had allot of fun and it has gone really well. He comes home with stories about the kids every night. The students form a band during the week long camp and then record a song and have a performance.

With Eric gone so much, the last 2 weeks, my daughter and I have been playing frisbee (which I've got to tell you is the most fun and Best exercise I've ever had!), baking muffins, and making apple dolls. As you can see the apple dolls are (from left to right) "a sailor with a telescope, and the other is a bagpipe player" so says the artist. I know, I know no real need for an explanation. Since it is so obvious with the wonderful job she did.

The muffins however do need some explaining. Pictured here our second batch this week. I thought this would be the best batch because these were made from scratch and the first were from a box. But. . . well, not so much. I did alter the recipe by adding vanilla. Don't you have to use vanilla when you bake??? I mean, come on. So, after eating 3 of these pointy muffins I can honestly say the store bought box type were superior. But these were very fun to make and this one pictured did resemble a little house or hut with a blueberry door, so it wasn't a total loss. Enjoying the process and the visual aspects of the result made it worthwhile.

Why am I telling you all this? Because I haven't been drawing, posting new drawings, and I thought I should explain. My daughter informs me we are going to make robots today. She is fun. :)

6 comments:

Hollyrocks said...

Your husband's job sounds like fun! I think it's so important for children to be exposed to music. I LOVE the apple dolls. I bet your daughter is one cool kid!

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Hollyrocks! Yes, I think she is the cats meow!

Mundo Mundaca said...

knows Amy the times is so good to read recount as yours.. you recount of the daily lived in family being celebrated those moment of pure enchantment.
I miss of when my son was small and we could play in a free afternoon
Enjoy well those moments that are the best of the life.
A great kiss.
yasmin

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Yasmin! You are absolutely right. She is the most important thing and my time with her is very precious to me. On that note, must go play frisbee!
;)

Sam said...

It's so lovely sharing the world with a little one! It's lovely to read about your day to day business of having a small family - thank you - lovely post!

Amy Perrotti said...

That is very generous and kind of you Sam. Thanks! :D