This week I learned about the difference between alligators and crocodiles, notable neckwear, striped neck ties, font sizes, and how much juice you can squeeze out of a lime.
This week I learned about my new indoor plants, what lipsticks are made of, lips colors and shapes by decade, how to peel fava beans easily, bees vs wasps, nuts that are not nuts, and April’s birth flower sweet peas.
This week I learned about coconuts actually being a fruit, coconut milk vs coconut water, African vs Asian elephants, mushrooms, peanuts actually being beans, a Louis CK quote, and Breton stripes.
This week I learned about Roman numerals, how to create homemade egg dyes from food, how to make the perfect hard-boiled egg, hair follicles, the origin of egg decorating, egg shells, and March’s birth flower jonquil daffodils.
I am loving Emily Proud‘s colorful food paintings. Anything that combines food and art I’m into, and Emily’s paintings make me want to run out to the nearest farmers market and buy a bunch of juicy, delicious fruit. Her whimsical watercolors are going to be on display at Studio Gallery on Polk street this Sunday (March 17) for their Delicious show. It’s all work about and inspired by food and drink. Yum!
This week I learned how to keep flowers fresh, classical pillars, the meaning behind Pope Francis’ coat of arms, Howard Moss’ motto, the tronie, complement vs compliment, and what makes up watercolor paint.
This week I learned about the composition of glass, the March birthstone, the composition of a penny, color vision, plurals, alchemy, and pectin.
This week I learned about super glue, violets, Oscar statues, who vs whom, water colors, and who named the days of the week.
This week I learned about the composition of rainbows, the year of the snake, blood types, the international language of love, raindrops, Galileo’s middle finger, and cursive.