During the Creative Process
From Lexington to France!
It’s been just a wee bit busy around here. My last workshop started on Wednesday, ended on Sunday, and now it’s time to get my bunzolas heading to France!!!!
I know!! As Nancy Standlee says…..”you can sleep next week—you gotta carpe diem girl;))”
We managed to cram a lot of fun into those 5 days in Lexington though, let me tell you.
From big girl panties to little red wagons…..
and funny stories of late night downtown buggy rides (buggies that were still labeled “Just Married”—seems like the gang from Texas is skilled in creating a stir;))
We had Hoda from Canada, home grown Melissa who does ball room dancing, along with Nancy, Maryann, Karen, Connie—all from Texas. Faye our Georgia peach, Susan and Brenda from the heart of the blues in Memphis, Julie from Michigan, Glenna, Elizabeth and Jill from Kentucky, Lorrie from Mississippi, and Trish and Louise from Clemson, South Carolina.
Absolutely a delightful dish of talented, funny, go get ‘em ladies. I learn something every time I teach a workshop. Mostly how many truly gifted artists there are and what a gift it is that I get to hang out with them for a few days:-)
Here’s some of the beautiful paintings these artists whipped out while eating chocolate AND dancing—told you they were good;))
P.S. Hope you are ready to get your oui oui on!! I have just arrived in France, have had my first strong cup of French coffee (much needed) and have met the new cat, Loki, at Le Vieux Couvent (shhh….don’t tell the Eddies;))
Get ready for France unplugged!!!