Olive oil, wine bottles and the simple satisfaction of saying thank you.

In my art class this year my concentration is watercolor batik illustrated recipes. I’ve already done more than the required number of the paintings such as the one of autumn squash soup that I’ve included below. However to show variety and growth I’ve decided to do some of other objects that go along with the… Continue reading Olive oil, wine bottles and the simple satisfaction of saying thank you.

A mother’s love, and sibling rivalry

Everyone with a sibling knows the fights that they get into over the slightest things. “He stole my snack”, “She’s sitting in my chair”, “He doesn’t have to wear a shirt, why do I?”, “He’s sitting too close to me!”. My own sister and I got into fights to, luckily through the assistance of my… Continue reading A mother’s love, and sibling rivalry

Lent and the my encounters with wayward pre-vegans

I occupy the interesting position of being the only vegan in a home of omnivores. My family is very supportive of my decision and has never eaten a huge amount of meat anyways. However I still make it a routine to not so subtly elude to their untimely deaths from the consumption of dead flesh, the unnatural… Continue reading Lent and the my encounters with wayward pre-vegans