Once again, we are in a hotel room and are playing Could You Live Here?. The room is big enough, but the air conditioner is so loud we can't hear all the details on CNN about that creepy weirdo who says he killed JonBenet. How come Nancy Grace keeps not being on the Nancy Grace show? Our road trip to Phoenix was highlighted by a short stop at Tod's for brownies, then a less short stop at Cracker Barrel for biscuits and that super delicious Apple Dumplin' that comes with a side order of odd looks when ordered with biscuits only. We did notice that once we crossed into Arizona that the Arizona clouds are much fluffier and cuter than California clouds. And, 105 degrees here is not as hot as 105 degrees in Los Angeles. And, even weirder than that is halfway during our class when we noticed that painted pages were taking longer to dry, we also noticed our flippy hair had gone completely FLAT. THE HORROR! What is going on??? Not that having good flip in a journaling class is the most important thing, but well, you know....just something we noticed~ along with the way every hotel room we've been in lately has had burned out light bulbs that cleaning crews refuse to acknowledge and replace. If you are reading this while at the Embassy Suites, have you experienced the hotel staff being REALLY rude and not at all helpful yet strangers you meet in the elevators being REALLY nice and funny? We've been laughing a lot here and have met some wonderful,fun, interesting people. Tomorrow we're taking a few hours to just relax and enjoy doing nothing with friends we don't get to see often enough. If you see us hanging out, come on over and say HI! We also look forward to seeing everyone at the BIG book signing on Saturday that you're probably all sick of reading about.
August 19, 2006
Book Signing 7:00 PM
Barnes & Noble, Phoenix, Arizona
Desert Ridge Marketplace
21001 N. Tatum Blvd. Suite 42
Phoenix, AZ 85050
NOTE: This is Barnes & Noble a couple miles from the hotel, not the Borders across the street.
Visit Linda Woods Artworks for prints on canvas, paper, or wood for all size spaces and budgets.