@sarahloertscher fruit trees are a challenge but there are some that are more resilient than others. Potted fruit trees is also a huge hurdle especially during winter. I suggest looking for dwarf or columnar trees. Gurneys.com has some. You can email me (thesethkerr at gmail) if you have other Qs 👍🏻
@mellowbeing@sarahloertscher With dance, I've done most genres but these days I'm doing a lot of hip hop and musical theater jazz! Crafting - I love knitting and hand lettering and have been wanting to try a pottery class.
@marcaime rad! mechanical watches are fascinating. I'm a jeweler by trade and watchmaking is a closely-linked branch off of that tradition. I've never done anything with watches besides change a battery but just watching them work is mesmerizing.
@khayamonline I keep meaning to read that one! I guess it's good enough to reread? I'm currently reading "Less" which is ok and up next is a Rainbow Rowell book. I've been doing some light summer reading after "Lies My Teacher Told Me" and "Becoming" prior to these. haha
@abadesi very cool! I love watercolors. Have you ever sprinkled salt on drying watercolors? It may be a super basic trick everyone knows, but the drying salt leaves crystalline patterns in the paint, and depending on the dryness when you add the salt it can leave really billowy crystal patterns (more wet) or really pinpointed crystal patterns (more dry). ✨
@sarahloertscher@abadesi thanks so much! I thought it'd be a fun question to get to know people a bit better. :) I just learned you can create sugar water (boiling sugar in water) and that also affects your watercolors.
@mellowbeing@sarahloertscher I like many genres but particularly into electronic (which I know is very broad). More specifically, love music from Petit Biscuit, Rufus Du Sol, JackLNDN, Satin Jackets, most Anjunadeep artists, Lane 8, George Fitzgerald, 16BL, etc.