This photo from LeCool Magazine Istanbul edition caught my eye. the aqua green color does it for me, that’s for sure. But also the vintage feel is great, and the way everyone’s suspended in air.
I am making yogurt this morning (heat four kg of unpasteurized milk on the stove until boiling; let boil for five minutes then turn off; wait until it cools and add a tsp of thick yogurt to the milk, stir; cover partly with lid and wrap entire pot with towels for remainder of day; at night put into fridge; voila!), and did some sweat-inducing house cleaning like mopping the balcony and vacuuming under the carpets. If any of my friend from college are reading my blog, they probably won’t believe me. Yesterday I hung new curtains that I am contemplating ironing (Can you believe it? I know!) but like the kind of natural way they hang. I’ll snap some pics, promise.
You’d think that if I had time to clean my balcony I’d also have time to get to the pile of things overflowing my desk. Most of the time my office/studio is the last room to get cleaned, but I hate to disturb the karma dust which helps propel projects along. That being said, I am far more tidy than I used to be in the studio in graduate school.
Why a beautiful photo prompted me to discuss my cleaning methods, I have no idea. But I’m wondering if others might have an interesting Thursday tale to tell? By the way, the smell of warm milk has filled the house. It’s absolutely delicious and homey.