I will still love to dance!
(Awesome woman and child, road trip, last summer, Downtown Disney.)
Travel plans for Seattle are settled, though our daily itinerary is still a big uncertain blank (which is the way we want it to be). Only five things for sure, a day trip to Victoria B. C., the Seattle Art Museum, a baseball game, a dance club (of course) and Top Pot, this very chic looking coffee and donut place I saw on a Travel Channel show called, Donut Paradise. I love donuts, am addicted to coffee and enjoy hanging out in cafes as all arty types do, so I wish there was a Top Pot where I live. I'd go every day. Starbuck's, Peets, all well and good, but their pastries are trucked in from some central, far away pastry making place. Top Pot makes their donuts in house, the aroma of freshly fried donuts probably pervading every inch of the place....oh wow, I can't wait to get there! In fact I wrote Top Pot a fan letter telling them how much I looked forward to visiting them. And they wrote back telling me my friend and I would have a gift certificate waiting for us if we visited their flagship store on 5th Ave. OK, I admit I kind of hoped they would do that. But I'm glad I did because, since we don't know a soul up there, it's nice to know some person behind the counter at Top Pot, of all places, is waiting to say, Welcome to Seattle, we've been expecting you!
On the career front, I have been rejected by yet another art gallery. But am looking forward to a group show in July, which is some consolation. I'm also busy on a new set of concept designs which I hope will prove once and for all Pixar or any other major animation studio must hire me.
OK, I'd planned to say more, but it's 2 am and I'm exhausted. Til next time...