Nosy Parker Art Challenge Day 29: honey
Tonight marks the start of the Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana. And so today’s Nosy Parker Art Challenge was honey, traditionally eaten with apples for a sweet new year!
Mama and I both painted our favorite honey variety, Star Thistle, which happens to be a wildly cool looking flower. Though we didn’t attend services, we did this thematic art, reflected on the year, and I baked round challah filled with golden raisins or chocolate chips.
Today’s #OneGoodThing with Mama was art for a sweet new year! What was your #OneGoodThing today? Please share in the comments! Kindness is Everything.
Day 272 of 365. And Day 1,368 in a row (here’s the first 366, & the following 365, & the third year of 365 good things)!
1 year ago today: At home in Venice
2 years ago today: Live-streaming the Rabbi
3 years ago today: Abby’s glowing green eye
7 years ago today: Books for the Venetophile (Venice-lover)
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