Monthly Archives: July 2023

Lemon Blueberry Bread

The weather finally dipped below 90º, and I was itching to bake something. I had blueberries and lemons on hand and this bread seemed like a good idea. It mixes up like a quick bread, but the texture is similar … Continue reading

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What’s the Best Tuna?

We happened to see this creature at the Ridgway pool in South Philadelphia so we approached and asked her the age old question: What’s the best tuna? She did not have an answer and looked vaguely confused and slightly off-put … Continue reading

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Our 14th Anniversary!

Today marks the 14th year of the first post at Willceau Illo! And since Ivory is the traditional gift of a 14 year anniversary – we offer you this virtual bar of soap. Thank you for your visits and comments! … Continue reading

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Friday Five – Number One Hundred Fifty Seven

One hundred fifty seventh in a continued series creating a collage using five elements.

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More Little Sketchbooks Than I Thought…

I originally thought this was going to be a simple short post where I would gather all of the small, mainly inexpensive sketchbooks I’ve been doodling in; line them all up and shoot pictures of their sticker encrusted covers. How … Continue reading

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Decades ago, I had picked up my first Blackwing 602 pencil and loved the feel of the pencil and its rich black lead. It was made by the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company and was enjoyed as the weapon of choice … Continue reading

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