Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Journal page from last night celebrating May 1st or International Worker's Day.
Some previous posts I wrote about May 1st here, here, and here.

Last night we watched a documentary on Robert. E. Harrell a.k.a. the Fort Fisher Hermit. Wow!
What an intriguing man. The links on this site aren't 100% in working order. I'm hoping to do some more research on him next week when I get back. Very heartbreaking to hear how he died (heart attack, my ass!)

Leaving in the morning for Frenzy Stamper in Scottsdale. Yay!! I can't wait! There is still room in the workshops, so if you're interested please give Debbie a call at the store! Hope to see you there!!!

In the meantime, have a great weekend and go make some art! I'll be back online Monday. :)


Update (Wednesday night):
I just wanted to post a quick shout out (am leaving for class tonight in L.A. and then in the early a.m. to teach in Scottsdale, AZ this weekend). I received the BEST grabbag *ever* from Hannah Grey today. Shoshanah REALLY knows how to put together a grab "box" of goodies. Seriously!! I am ecstatic with the goodies that I received in the mail today. Thank you Shosh!!!!
You guys know how much I love supporting Mom & Pop vendors and Shosh is one of the BEST!!!


Anonymous said...

Wow ... just discovered your blog and I can see I'm going to be spending a lot of time looking around ... marvelous creations!

lee said...

I love your May 1 post....the images and the words so great together.

Dawn said...

The peace sign on her flexed arm is awesome!

sf said...

It's you 'n' me, baby, and all the workers of the world, May 1, 200effing8!

Shoshanah said...

thanks for the plug, kelly! it is easy to put together grab bags when i know the person so well. : )

love your new page. very powerful.

enjoy your teaching weekend!

Jeane Frizzell said...

OMG! I just noticed your profile picture. HOw cool is that?