|Smiles in my kitchen -- the Mona Lisa winkie is new this month. I think Mona says "April Fool." THANKS, CAROL!|
Left of Mona: a couple of years ago, Miriam and Alice made the collage of themselves smiling at various ages.
|The oldest item in my kitchen: a pencil sharpener that somehow|
always moves when I do. I think I've been sharpening pencils
with it since I was in around third grade.
|Food production: what a kitchen is for. Here's a pizza that I made,|
topped with smoked salmon, cheese, olives, onions, and sauce.
|My kitchen bookcase has all kinds of odds and ends in front of the books.|
|The kitchen witch on top of the bookcase -- I've had her|
for years, usually feature her for Halloween.
|A little Ganesha figure in front of the books.|
Ganesha is known to remove obstacles -- good in a kitchen!
|A blue thing from my tour of the Jiffy Mix plant.|
|My new markers from Ikea. I've colored in a couple of|
pages in my coloring book with them.
|Most uninteresting new item: magnetic chip clips.|
|Waiting in a grocery bag: Passover foods for the coming holiday.|
Passover starts April 10. I'm just starting to get ready.
More posts about Passover will be coming soon.
"I know that many thousands of others, friends included, have lost everything, so publishing a bunch of photos showcasing (showing off) new stuff in my kitchen doesn't sit well with me right now," she wrote.
I respect Lizzy and the Australians who come together to help victims at a time like this -- here in the US, we do the same after disasters of all sorts. She's continuing to link to other writers' In My Kitchen posts, and I'll be sending this her way, as several other bloggers have already done.