If you were Wyclef you’d be back by now. Heh. See what I did there? November you next year, boo! It’s all over. But we can’t get all in a flurry for everything December brings without a shout-out to a great November.
Then we got all bold and beautiful in the Printmaking Studio at my school. Even though printmaking can be painstakingly hard work, it’s my happy place.
We were unexpectedly nominated for the Liebster Award (!!!) and we shared the love. ❤ ❤ ❤
For eats this month I made my special cabbage soup. I had a chance to reminisce on my early Seattle days, when a head of cabbage and bacon was really all I could afford. Luckily cabbage soup has a high yield. Why? Cause caring is sharing, folks.
We did Thanksgiving on an intimate level this year, teeny tiny Cornish game hens! Twas perfect!
Our hearts poured out to Ferguson. Looking back, it makes perfect sense that my school would host a rally, but at the time, I was baffled by the amount of students (and police) who showed up. I managed to shoot a quick video as the peaceful assembly ended. UW rallies for Ferguson.
In this month’s natural hair news, I shared a startling realization regarding bad hair days. Eesh.
And, as if by some miracle, Seattle’s first snow happened! It’s one of those (perfect) snows when there’s no where I had to go (lucky!). I ran around outside in my robe snapping a few pictures and then hid under cover until the coffee kicked in.
Before I knew it November was a thing of the past. Winter is upon us! Batten down the hatches, people! Except your internet hatches, keep those open. And stay tuned for more Wrays of Sunshine in December.