Photos: mostly of ball-jointed Asian dolls (some not quite safe for work), cats, plants; occasionally art; and local Chicagoland scenery. Comments are moderated so they will take a bit to show up.
No, not cats:
And here I thought they were just for terracotta novelty items!(Box is random one from Costco to carry home groceries)
Another food/not food:
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Edited for horrific typos. so tired. I saw Chia seeds for sale as salad sprouts at Trader Joes and the cashier said "Isn't it sad, when I was a kid those were for Chia pets. Now we're eating them. This economy sucks." >.<;;
I thought about that too..but they aren't cheap so I am guessing it's just somebody taking a marginal crop and trying to make it glamorous. It worked with kiwi fruit :D
Yes but--Kiwi fruits IS glamorous! I mean huge green strawberry watermellons? I'll have too look up and see if it's at least soil resetting crop. It might make a good ground cover for a backyard that's mostly dusty clay and dead sand. Do you find yourself planning and arranging your garden for BJD photography?
Yes, but the plants often have other ideas :D But this yard is pretty much all about the cat and the dolls! Well, that.. and what can survive down to -15 F.
You now need a Google account to comment--I got so much spam 0_0