Rhonda just lives an hour and a half away, but it seems further because she's in the country and has 16 acres on a lake. We romped with the puppies, played with her older dog, even lured the cat out of hiding. I saw all the work in her studio, things in process, prototypes of new ideas, etc. I would love to show you a picture of her place, but I stupidly failed to charge my camera and the battery died.Luckily, I did get a few good shots before it pooped out.
She fixed me a lovely grilled salmon dinner with fresh corn on the cob from the Mennonite farmer's market. I got tons of veggies to bring home (hence the cooler) and I stopped at the "mile high" place to get some carryout pie which is such a treat for me and John. Yumyumyum!!!!
Aren't the puppies adorable? They have tons of energy as you might imagine. Sooooo very cute.
I drove home via every antique store I could find and that was fun. Got lots of new material for the upcoming Schlafly show. I need to pull some all nighters as I don't have much time left.
We continue to have amazing weather here and more predicted for the weekend. It feels good to be home (no show this weekend). We are invited to 2 parties, plus a dinner date. I will be in the studio during the days. Don't feel sorry for me, there isn't anything I'd rather be doing. I feel invigorated after my 18 hour vacation, tee, hee.