I left work early Friday to meet up with Cindy to work on the final art pieces before heading up to the foothills for the art/vintage show. Gosh, it seems like that was so long ago. Once we gobbled Chipotle on the patio swing, smoothed the last of the bee’s wax, stuffed the last of the cards in cello, made a birthday poster, filled pendants with resin and packed overnight bags, we headed out of town (only a few hours late).
We stayed the night at Cindy’s auntie and uncle’s beautiful home in the hills. We listened to an Eagle’s concert in the background and they cooked us a wonderful dinner. We had every intention of going to be early (since we had to be up at 4:30), but we worked on more art stuff until about 1. Oh well, what are you gonna do?
Morning did come too early, but we hit the road on time. And even through a bitter chill, car sickness and sleepiness, we made it. Success, for sure. Maggie joined us a few hours later and totally rocked ticket sales for Starshine. Yay! We raised $200 for Parkinson’s (you can still buy tickets to win the hand-painted beach cruiser on Cindy’s site).
The rest of the weekend was relaxing, and included: going to be at 6:30 p.m. (omg that never happens), movies, doggie baths, girl talk, fresh fruit and thrift store wandering.
Stolen organic gummy bears.
Pure exhaustion (that was worth it)
My grandma strut up to our booth in heels.
Rain drops on dry ground.