It’s hard to believe that it has been 5 weeks since that incredible weekend in NYC. The past month has been a blur!
When Joe, Stacy, Terry, and I were taking the subway to meet up with Patti and Robyn, I had fun trying to stay upright without holding onto anything as the train sped underneath the streets of the city. I also posted myself right in the window to grab this shot.
Such fabulous memories of a great time.
(and, just FYI, I did manage to stay upright … although I’m not sayin’ it was pretty 🙂 )
My kind and generous friend Alys, of Gardening Nirvana wrote a lovely post about incredibly talented Shelley from Peak Perspective, and about Shelley’s new book, Dear Opl! Please, please read this post to learn more about both of these women that I am blessed to call friend.
My pre-ordered copies of Dear Opl arrived this week. It was great fun opening the box. I finally had my hands on this gem of a book, penned by Shelley Sackier of Peak Perspective.
My 15-year-old son asked why I ordered so many copies. “Because I know the author,” I gushed, to which he replied, “Yeah, but why do you need so many copies of the same book?”
More about that in a bit.
I discovered Shelley’s blog a few years ago and quickly became a fan. She’s an extraordinary writer, who weaves humor and smarts into a variety of essays published weekly. When I belly up to my computer and settle in for a good read, I know I’ll be entertained. I’m also there to learn. Each week I try to absorb that special something that makes her an engaging writer. When my blog grows up it wants…
Have you met Joe yet? He interviews friends and photographers on one of his blogs and I was honored to be the subject for this post. Joe is an incredible photographer, a good friend, and someone I cannot wait to meet one day!