Yellow house and birthday party.

I worked for Justin's grandma for his uncle's birthday party. I taped a bunch of decorations everywhere and it looked hilarious. This marks the end of my blogging binge. My new nickname for myself is Blogging Molly.

Oh, I am taking a RT to Chicago in 3 weeks. Sweet.

My favorite things of November

My dear boy is in a new band.

This truck has airbrushed artwork of the same truck getting chased by a cop car and a helicopter by a shell station. Bomb.

I bought wool and a drop spindle at Felt Club, which was a beautiful event by the way. I made yarn for the first time ever and it turned out crazy thick and funny looking but it is yarn afterall.

Chris Torres and I went to Intelligencia after trying to go to MOCA for the 3rd time. I finally got to go last weekend, and the Louise Bourgeois show was so fantastic. She had fabric sculptures and fabric collages. It was just amazing. Well, CT and I had fun one day, and that's when the picture was taken.

Raku in class! I rakued a bowl that my dad stole from me. I've got much better at the wheel and throwing or whatever, and made a set of mugs for my family. It's for Christmas!

The knitted blanket Justin bought for me has become one of my favorite blankies ever. It stretches and completly wraps my entire body, and it feels so awesome. I guess Justin likes it too.

I made it a goal to visit a museum every weekend of November. Out of 5 weekends, I went 3 to a museum three weekends. I went to MOCA where we ended up in Little Tokyo having delicious ramen, LACMA twice, once on a Monday, and the Norton Simon. This burger was purchased at LACMA, and it was delicious. Boigas and art. My favorite!


I was in this group show this month. The theme was RIPE, so what's more appropriate than my favorite polaroids!

Dia de los Muertos

Justin's grandma had a beautiful dinner party for Justin's mom's birthday and the day of the day. We ate limey soup out of a bowl that looked like a gourd, and frosted and glittered sugar skulls. I love it when my dear boy and I craft together, but it's extra funny and cute when little kids are involved.

Fingerpuppets and yummies

Around Halloween, Caitlin, CT and I went over to Olvera Street where I bought too many finger puppets. Afterward, we watched Buffy and ate desserts at Pann's. When ordering my brownie a la mode and black coffee, I mentioned how I felt like an adult because I drink my coffee black now. Then we all looked down on the table, saw my finger puppets, and decided that I'm not a grown up. The white wall is sparkly!

Every I bring around a finger puppet, Justin's roommate always asks me to make one of him, for him. I wonder what would be the best way to make one. Knit one? Felt one?

Art at Work

The kids are enjoying art more than ever, but the business is definitely suffering financially. I wish we could do marvelous art projects, but I'm seriously lacking funding. Also, my boss wants me to teach the kids how to draw exactly and all the boring stuff. I'm going to keep teaching them fun stuff like dip dying, painting on wet paper, and all the fun stuff, until I get in trouble. Whatever


I don't know why I always wait till the end of the month to post, but I am planning to blog binge tonight. I'll start it off with an Obama post, just so I can fit in. Ali, Caitlin and I watched all the debates together, eating pizza, making ramen, etc. We were together on the election day too. I was so nervous for a week before the election, that I wouldn't even let anyone talk about the election around me. On the election night, we headed over to the Democratic Action Center, and celebrated together. Everyone cried, laughed, and watched the speeches together. It was a beautiful night indeed.