Sunday, May 18, 2008

On the Palette

Cerulean Blue: Once again we've said a farewell to one of Ben's nurses. Nurse Lisa worked her last shift here last Wednesday and most likely it will be permanent. At least we're all hoping so. That is because all of us are hoping this is a success! Go over there and give her your best prayers, hopes, and wishes. I know she will appreciate it.

Cadmium Red: I'll be scratching Saluda, North Carolina off of my show list next year. I knew I was taking a chance on a very young small town festival but I had the weekend open and it was only a 45-minute drive into the foothills. I was rewarded with my very first zero sales day. The only saving grace was that my friend Pat Cato did rather well plus I had another one of those "reunions" with some special folks from my past. I'm saving that one for another post later in the week.

Emerald Green: The family has been looking forward to this coming week. All of us head to the Savannah area for Memorial Day Weekend. I'll be working at the River Street Festival Friday through Sunday along side many of my best artist friends including Christy Buchanan, Lynn Shore, Kathleen Hunt, and Myron Whitaker. Joan and the kids will be getting some much needed R & R at Skidaway Island State Park.

If you're down our way come and say hello!


Nurse Betty L. Boop said...

Thanks for the great thoughts and linky love! I'll surely miss you all, especially my Ben Boy! I'll come by and visit, it's close and convenient to my dr.'s office and kb/karate school.

Enjoy your Savannah trip and I hope you have great sales!!!

Kyla said...

Have fun!!

kimmyk said...

good luck this weekend!!!

congrats lisa! and good luck!

Whit said...

Which city is that in the picture? It's beautiful.

Anonymous said...

That would be Savannah, GA. I highly recommend a visit there.

we_be_toys said...

I wondered about the show in Saluda - I've never heard of it. I hate that you had a bad show - all that time spent preparing, for "nuttin".
I was hoping you would be at Artsplosure in Raleigh - THAT is a zoo! It gets bigger every year. Is it any more expensive than the show in Savannah? Now THAT is an art town, isn't it?