yep, that's right we had an earthquake this morning in indiana. a 4.2, well later it was reported as a 3.8 magnitude from the usgs. just a little shake, but none the less an earthquake in indiana!
of course being in town from san francisco, 'quake capital' all my friends and family accused me of bringing it with me. i assured all of them that it was not me that brought the earthquake, but the fault line that runs through the midwest.
in case you all didn't know my dad's a builder. so went down to nashville, indiana today to see a cabin he's been building for the sasso family. it is amazing. here's just a peak, but it's still in progress... so more pictures to come when it's all completed.
so if you're looking for a builder in the greater indianapolis area, or know someone who is, please check out my dad's website... jamestaylorinc.com he and his team do beautiful work.
i may have over extended myself a bit this year, but i think the results were worth the effort! here is a small sampling of the christmas cookies i baked this year... lemon zest cut out cookies with powdered sugar, maple-walnut cookies, decorated sugar cookies, red velvet whoopie pies, and chai tea cookies. oh, and peanut butter buckeyes (not pictured).
to my surprise the day we brought the christmas tree home betty didn't seem too interested in it. but as we keep adding presents underneath, she seems to be getting more curious about the whole christmas tree thing.
slingshot is a new pop-up art space run by artist freya prowe. for now they have the space through january and will have their next rotating show sometime this month. couldn't find a date on their website.
hope you all have a warm and joyful holiday. and to all the meat eaters, please give turkeys something to be thankful for and order a free range next year if you didn't already this time. gobble, gobble :)
my homemade pumpkin bread warm out of the oven and almost ready to be eaten, yum!
hope to see you all tomorrow from 2-5 pm at ATA gallery, 992 valencia at 21st.
QUIET LANDS is a group photography exhibition that features work by amanda boe ashley suzanne taylor, chris koperski, kurt manley, nickolas albercht, and paccarik orue. their photographs collectively depict the american landscape through a contemporary vision while exploring themes of home, culture, and timeless americana.
a few pics up from mr. john trippe on fecal face dot com from our opening at cafe royale last month, 'summer haunt'. also included is coverage from ever gold, 111 minna, and kokoro studiohttp://t.co/vILPTcu
show printed, mounted, framed, and out the door! so please come join us thursday, october 7th from 8pm till midnight at cafe royale (800 post @leavenworth). photography works from me and amanda boe. show runs through all hallows eve.