Mike's monkey is Don Draper falling like in the opening credits.
I got new "vintage" buttons at the 5 & Dime at Laurel Village. Neato.
Ted becoming a monkey.
Courtney w/ the monkey that we collaborated on. I don't know why she isn't thrilled.
Chelsea and Jono being very focused.
Michael w/ his monkey that he made very fast!
I held my 7th monkey class this week. We ate m&m’s and made monkeys. Chelsea, a new student, was also an SF native, and said she had made a lot of dolls out of cloth when she was in high school. I wish she’d brought them. Jono and Teddy, returning students, almost completed their monkeys. They are very dedicated monkey men.
My mom’s monkey is in the process of getting a wardrobe makeover. She is thinking of making him pants so he doesn’t look so indecent.
This rain is making everyone cranky. I decided to upload photos from this weekend’s succulent terrarium making workshop I taught. It was sunny and warm that day! No rain in sight. I even wore a dress. I think I wear a dress about 1% of the time. It was a day of celebration. Plants, new friends, and cookies. All good things. Diane was awesome enough to host us at her apt right near the big rainbow flag in the Castro. A very iconic Skillshare class indeed.
Class pictures are for adults too
My mom finally finished her sock monkey. It is, of course, one of the prettiest ones. She is super crafty even though she pretends like she’s not. She’s the secret artist.
My mom's really colorful monkey.
Students Amal, Jack, Alda, and Anuja made monkeys while the rest of the city watched the 49ers! We had a lot of fun and enjoyed the really sunny weather. My last class at the Summit SF before they relocate was amazing. Big up to Summit SF staffer Tiger for saving us a table!