Friday, November 02, 2007

SATURDAY STILL-LIFE and RGB~

Yes! It's saturday today! FINALLY! This week was really crazy week for me. Not much knitting done this week. And busy school, typing ten page paper with six hour each day.. I really what to cry out load, I need some time to knit. Anyway..starting with my whining, lets start with "Saturday Still Life". I will be post each Saturday post about any subject such as pic, art, item ex...

Great fall color "persimmon". Asian loves this lovely fruit ..Last weeken, my mom brought two boxes of persimmon at the farmer's maket. It's called "Tanenashi", origin from Japen, cone-shaped, orange-yellow fruit without seed.


Pic of antique Korean flower jar. My dad is antique collector..he has lot of stuff around the house.. I ask him how old this that jar is..he say about 100 years old. What the fuck? That much? I will sold that jar after my dad inheit me. I will rich by then!


Pic of my print. First year of college..I took a printing making class and this was first piece never into the show. It is called "Etching" Draw on metal plate and put into to Nitric Acid. It took almost month to finshes final print. SEE bigger PIC HERE

Some of pine corn from Lake "Tahoe".


View of my corner of top of my desk. My ceramic pieces and plant.



My brushes inherited from my grandfather and dad.



Great NEWS!

I got my Blog nominateion from Elemmaciltur at " Númenna - Nan Annûn" as "Rokin' Guy Blogger"!

Youguys already know "Rockin' Girl Blogger Award" from another blogger. I kinda felt left out, coz I'm not a girl. I was moaning about this fact to Projektleiterin and so, in the spirit of the original post of Rockin' Girl Blogger Award, Projektleiterin came up with this:(I just copy from Elem's post)


So, first of all, thank you to Projektleiterin for starting this for us guy-bloggers! Now, I get to nominate 5 other male bloggers for this. I'm not going to take Projektleiterin's (pretty political) rules too seriously here, since I wouldn't know all the political views of people I'm nominating....but if you want to know the rules, go and read the post HERE.

For me, the guys nominated must be fabu in their own ways. You're the judge yourself to which 5 guys you're nominating the award to.It's a hard choice to make, since I can nominate only 5 guys. Don't be so surprised that they're all knitters. And don't be sad if you aren't nominated, because I'm sure that what goes around, comes around. So, if I didn't nominate you, there bounds to be someone else who will eventually nominate you. So, here are my nominations:

Grab yourselves a button and go out and nominate 5 other guys for this award!



Yarn Porn This Week:


Opal 4 Ply "Dream Catcher" #1232


Opal 4 ply "Crocodile 3" #17

Hand-dyed Merino Socks Yarn from Ebay seller "Julia's Yarn" 220 yd each



On My Knitting Needle:

Pattern: "Basketweave" Six-Stitch pattern from
"More Sensational Knitted Socks" by Charlene Schurch
Yarn: Garnstudio "Fabel" #542



Song of the Week:

Song your hearing:

Song: "Beige Station Wagon"

Artist: CANADA

Album: This Cursed House

From: Ann Arbor area of Michigan

Style: Indle Rock, Folk, Alt Rock


Have a great weeken~~ KNIT HARD!


5 comments:

Eric & Tony said...

Thanks for the Nom! We are honored.

Tony also loves persimmons. He bought some the other day and I am supposed to figure out what to do with them.

Lots of great pics this week!

Good luck with your paper.

KnitXcorE said...

i bought persimmons once, and had no clue what to do with them.

YAY!!!!! you nominated lil' ol' me <333

such awesome yarn, kiddo!!!!

Kenny said...

Oh charles!!!!! Thank you so much for the nomination!!!

Andy's Crafts said...

Those that you have there can bve eaten in salads when ripe, but for more information I will give you this link,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persimmons

Knit Picking said...

Yay! I can finally view and comment on your blog. I kept getting IE error messages when going to your site. I think need to update some software in order to avoid the error message.

Anyways, I really love your brush collection, and I like the fact that it was passed on by your father. My mom said I can only have her knitting needles when she can't knit anymore LOL