Teruya cuts one side of the disposable paper bags and then uses tiny scissors to shape the cut-out part into a tree, folding it down so that, when you look inside the bag, it creates a diorama. The colors on the exterior of the bag pop against the blank interior, and the light that shines inside allows the paper tree to cast the same sort of dappled shadows that a real tree would.
Coffee may reverse Alzheimer's
Yessss! ::brews another pot::
As long as those brain cells keep firing on
all most cylinders, who needs sleep?
I understand the older you get, the less you need - and as long as I'll be awake anyway, I want to keep my overcaffeinated wits about me right up to the end!