Friday, June 06, 2008

Update...

I have some wonderful things to share. However, my camera card is still in Brooklyn and I think my siblings have gone to bed for the night. So any pictures will have to wait till tomorrow or the next night.

Today was quite an eventful day. We worked hard. I'm not kidding you. We had a little line to deal with most of the day. This prevented me from shopping, which is probably a good thing.

If you read my blog, please do stop by the booth and say hello! I love meeting people and seeing who actually reads my blog in person. There's quite possibly a free bead in it for you if you do stop by and say you read our blogs. Perhaps... maybe we need a code word? Maybe not. Just stop by our booth and say hello. It's great fun! Make sure to bring anything you've been working. It's a lot of fun to see how people are working with our pieces or getting along otherwise.

In other news, it was quite an eventful day. When we finally did get away from the table, Azalea, Cynthia and I went to Applebee's for lunch and then there was a tornado warning and they were trying to get us to shuffle downstairs for a while. When you've been standing all day and your feet are tired and you're hungry like crazy, tornados have little impact.

Luckily we were able to finish out the show and then have Indian food for dinner, which was REALLY good.

It was a long day, so I think I'm going to run back upstairs and jet!

2 comments:

Gaela said...

Hi, I enjoy your blog alot. It's somehow a very serene place to stop by. The short profile itself always inspires me. I'm much older than you by #'s, but you are truly an old soul And kind. When my turtle bead's hole broke, you sent me a new one very fast, not one but 2, one to share with a friend. I'm glad you all are having a good trip, wish I was there. Did you see an Anne Choi "imagine" bead? I really want one. Great day to all!

Andrew Thornton said...

Hello Gaela! I'm glad that you enjoy my blog and find a soothing place to visit. Life isn't always easy and it isn't always serene. But I think it's up to each of us to find the calm moments in the storm and reflect on them. We are creatures of limitless possibility and if we will it and if we want it bad enough, the positive image we strive for will be made real. I dream of a life of simplicity. Not simplicity as in "simple" but as in, filled with grace and ease.