Our Tibetan New Year got off to a happy start yesterday as one of my new prayer rosaries was purchased by a very sweet art supporter I have known for a few years now. I hope the good karma I feel for these rosaries travels with her always! I spent some time this morning getting my Etsy store dusted off, but I will continue to use the paypal buy buttons here on my blog. It's such an easy way to set up purchases.
Wesley also surprised us yesterday with a visit. She called Sunday morning to say that she was sad because she wasn't here to celebrate the Tibetan New Year with us. Never mind that a week ago she didn't even know this existed and I had no real celebration plans anyway....
But she did. She came home and taught me to make the Thukpa, or noodle soup Jamphel and Tashi made with her. Look at this happy girl..... awwwww!
Look Grandma, I'm making homemade noodles just like you used to make, only monks and my daughter taught me how! Wedging, I mean.... kneading dough, haha!
Zhimpo doog!!!! Barbara McKenzie beautiful bowl and the cup Ronan gave me for taking his work to Charlotte, which Gerry has claimed for his own new favorite cup. This is THE BEST soup!
Getting good use out of my new tray from Lark and Key. No one ever guessed the potter......
Even Gerry got in on the noodle making action