Tunic: DVF similar here and I just purchased this DVF top • Pants: Paige Premium Denim • Heels: SJP (less expensive option here) • Earrings: Similar here and here • Bracelets: Mine are from a trip to Cabo, Mexico; similar here and here • Handbag: DVF cork clutch • Lips: Chanel Glossimer in Murmure
Nothing is more thrilling than hearing “lights, camera, action”. Well, actually, it’s “places everyone, quiet on set, roll sound, roll camera… action!” I love film, film making, auditioning, booking, hair & make-up, craft services, working with actors and crew, I love the entire process. Anytime I get to be a part of a project, I am thrilled. These still pictures are from a short film we just completed named CAPTURED. I play the gallery owner in a story of a tormented artist. That’s all I can say since the film is in post production and I can’t give away the story line. You will just have to stay tuned. Let me know if you like how I blended my love for film+fashion on this project.
Happy Monday! xoxo- Tanya
OK, here’s my version of an answer to the question…This is a valuable tip as long as the pot is not too full, or furiously boiling. You’ll notice in your “watched pot” that the bubbles are taller in the middle. This is because, all else being equal, the height of the bubbles depends upon how many new bubbles are being made by cooking vs how many of the existing bubbles are popping. Add more heat, get more bubbles, and a taller stack of bubbles. Add enough heat and the pot will boil over as the bubbles get tall enough to overflow. You’ll also notice that the bubbles are taller in the middle of the pot, because the walls of the pot cause more bubbles to burst than in the middle of the pot. Now as you put the spoon across the pot, more bubbles pop as they come in contact with the spoon, reducing the amount of existing bubbles, thus keeping your pot from boiling over. The effect of the spoon is multiplied because unlike the walls of the pot which pop bubbles in only one direction, the spoon causes bubbles to pop in many directions.
–there you have it.
Pete- Thank you for your input./ But I think you were intending to leave a comment for the “A watched pot never boils” blog post. 🙂