We're at it again! Bay Area Blind Mom and I indulged in some paper folding whimsy this week. You can grab some paper, even some scrap copy paper totally works, and fold along with us. We made a fun little pyramid shaped vessel you could stick some pens or little flowers in. The cupcake pictured … Continue reading The Blind Grind: E7, Origami
2020 was a year of struggle to reclaim my mojo. In the face of all the overwhelm of an upside down work life, the ripple effects of social injustice reverberating loud and clear through 400 years of oppression, political dumpster fires burning in every headline and social media post, and a public health crisis of … Continue reading 20 for 2020: Creative Expression
This morning I woke up to my 44th day of being at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent shelter in place orders. And everything in my universe is pretty well in order. Let me right here acknowledge the relative privilege I have to be in the position I am in. I worked for … Continue reading Day 44 and Things Have Never Been Greater. Is It OK To Say That?
Of course I learned to make those square paper fortune telling devices that foretold who you'd marry and whether you'd dwell in a mansion, apartment, sewer, or house based on your selection of favorite colors or numbers, and I'm sure I still could. I could make basic paper airplanes before that, and have no idea … Continue reading 19 for 2019: #11 Fold Some Origami