Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Little Cat Feet

The fog comes
on little cat feet.
It sits looking
over harbor and city
on silent haunches
and then moves on.

-Carl Sandburg

The weather in Tallahassee has been urgh at best lately. It has been raining off and on (pouring today actually) but when it is off at least we have gotten to enjoy some lovely low hanging fog.
Friday night one of my favorite bands was in town, the show was amazing. I love The Living Deads so much! They are planning on coming back to town in February, I'm so excited. If you love rockabilly and/or psychobilly please go to one of their shows, you will be in for a treat.

Since it is the end of the year they were a little low on stock of shirts and CDs but I managed to get the last CD and a shirt that is a size too big (hey, big shirts are comfy and good to curl up in when you're bloated RIGHT?).

Sunday I wanted to get a few pictures of me wearing my new "The Living Deads" band shirt. We went to the amphitheater on campus to get some pics of my outfit since it was misty and raining lightly. It has good light and cover for photography.
Wig- Amphigory, Calypso 4042
Bag- Betsey Johnson (gift)
Skirt- very old
Fishnets- Sock Dreams
Shoes- Hello Shoes (art swap)
 After we got some outfit shots we strolled around the Westcott area since the rain had let up some.
I enjoyed getting to try out my new camera, hubby had been the one playing with it lately.
While many people don't like fog, I happen to love it. It adds a dream-like beauty to places.
 It is amazing to see the tall buildings in the background disappearing into the fog.
The last few weeks have been jam-packed and this week is going to be too.
Monday Mom and I spent the whole day baking cookies. We made oatmeal chocolate chip, oatmeal raisin, peanut butter honey, chai spiced cookies, spicy mexican chocolate cookiesanise almond cookies, and rice krispie treats.
Spicy Mexican Chocolate Cookies, probably my favorite of the day
Getting baking
The loaded up boxes ready to go to people we love.

Today I hung out with my aunt. We had a girls day- we had lunch out, got coffees, and inspected the family gifts prior to wrapping. Tomorrow is the annual wrap-a-thon then Christmas Eve dinner. It's hard to believe Christmas is Thursday.

In case I don't get to blog before Christmas I wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

Some Bunny Loves ya!