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Eggs & Gloves( & Voting!)



Originally uploaded by periphery…

Here it is! Evidence of the photo shoot that happened yesterday out here. This picture was captured by the lovely and amazing Nicole, the best friend and editor a gal could ever hope for. Lynne Harty and her intrepid assistant Daniel took some truly stunning pictures of chickens and eggs and their accoutrement in every assorted manner. I’m in a couple of them, too. And Fly and Dexter made a cameo! Chris, Lark‘s creative director extraordinaire, worked his magic later in the day. Glenn made a roasted veggie soup that is the stuff of dreams, which we wolfed down alongside equally rhapsodic egg-salad sandwiches and hard cider. The weather and chickens couldn’t have been more cooperative. All in all a wonderful day.


Only one more chapter to complete this week and then it’s just lots of little loose ends and short entries. Not that it’s done, far from it, but most of the real nitty-gritty tasks have been stared in the face.
Let’s hope today is just as magical as yesterday. Gobama!