My roommate started playing his guitar at 6 am today. c: He is just strumming repetitively. c: The dishes he removed from his room when he “cleaned up” the other day (moved shit from his own space to common space in the house) literally have thick patches of mold in them, and he just abandoned them on the kitchen counter. c:
13 days left in this apartment oh man.
Heiir and Kyte
A5 butcher paper, markers, white charcoal.
The porcelain bird was initially too cool - they didn’t want to touch it.
So I took it into the bathroom and used a hair dryer on it until it was a little warmer than my hands. They were much happier then.
Looking at these photos, it is pretty evident my girls are getting older.
18x24 acrylic painting of Kyte as my final for painting class. My prof was more interested in “interpreting” ideas than realistic renderings, so I just had fun with it.
Good Discovery of the day:
It is April. The last month of my rent for my apartment.
Which means we are officially on “Electricity Deposit” money - we had to pay the first+last month of our power bill when we moved in at a fixed rate.
Which means: a. No electricity bill to pay this month and b. WE CAN HEAT THE COMMON AREAS OF THE APARTMENT! No more below freezing living room! No more kitchen as cold as the fridge is on the inside! (I thawed ground beef in the fridge for 48 hours and it was still frozen at the center I am not exaggerating.)
The November/December heating bill was too much so the roommates agreed that only bedrooms were heated, but now!! We are free!!
Daffodils and Mice
Dear Mother Nature:
Because we are in Canada, The Rules say that all pranks must be completed by 12 noon.
It is almost 3 pm, and your FOOT OF ICE PELLETS is still here, and appears to be increasing.
Please remove them post haste, or be dubbed “The April Fool”
- Hugs and Kisses
But no really, please get rid of the snow
Tori + Most of Nova Scotia
Yesterday my roommate realized that he’s moving in a little over a month (our lease ends April 30.) and decided he should use up as many extraneous ingredients as he can.
So he made crepes for breakfast (With chocolate spread, bananas, and home made whipped cream) + extras to reheat for a few days.
Then he made pasta sauce… more than 2.5 gallons… of pasta sauce…
And now the fridge is FULL of home made truffles. There are three large yogurt containers full of truffles in the fridge, and tupperware full of extra mixtures for centers.
And it’s the one that does his own dishes yesssss.