Wednesday, May 21, 2008

I'm Home

I made it back in one piece.

It was amazing. I had so much fun. Coming home was really hard.

So I went to all the big museums. I ate pizza, and Chinese food, and hot dogs, and muffins, and drank lots of coffee.

I rode the subway. By myself. Without dieing.
Yay me :)

I met Craig, of Cubist Literature, and got to visit his amazing studio in Red Hook.

I did so many things and visited so many places, that I think I made myself a little sick. I had the worst migraine yesterday, and was so tired that I just slept and watched Flight of the Concords all day.

I did manage to feel a little bit better by the end of the day thankfully. I had to drop of some work at the Fact and Fancy Gallery in downtown Brooklyn. The gals that runs the gallery are really nice, and the space is very cute. I am excited to be part of their fist show!

I know that there are a million things that I am leaving out and that I wanted to talk about, but I just can't remember them all right now.

All I can say is that I had an amazing time and that I laughed more this week than I have in a long time....and I even learned a couple of new things about myself in the end. Good times.


High Desert Diva said...

Sounds like a great trip!

Janice La Verne said...

Hi Michele, welcome home! I missed reading your blog while you were gone.

My friend Kristin is also in NY investigating surface design at a big trade show.

Oh dear, Oscar the cat is wailing at the second story window. have to go. be well, rest up.


Molly Moo Vintage said...

Just stopping to say hi! I got your fantastic goody package yesterday and i have already sampled a few things! I love the gummy raspberries, they are much tastier than any that we have over here.
I sent your package last week but i think it'll take a while to get to you as it was send 2nd class.

P.S great blog! Your trip looked like a lot of fun. :)

Megan Chapman said...

Welcome Back!
It sounds like it was a daring action packed cultural adventure!
Right on!

Garett said...

Cool. I had no idea that Miffy was worshipped as a god in NYC. :-)

Fact & Fancy said...

It was great meeting you Michele! And where is that bunny?!?!?!