This is the view we've been seeing lately. This particular hallway is in the Portland airport where it is hard to play that's my body when there are no bodies to be seen. This was the first time ever that our time spent in Portland did not include awkward family dinners, a wedding, or a funeral. Unfortunately, this trip did not include any sight seeing. We went straight from the airport to the hotel (which was 2 seconds from the airport) and stayed there until it was time to leave. Our first night was spent eating pizza, bad brownies, working on Journal Revolution (coming in 2007), and watching the Miami Ink marathon. We are so hooked on that show and it was our first time seeing it!
We got up early yesterday to teach our class I AM ART! We got lucky with great students who were not afraid to try new things. It was wonderful to make new friends who taught us new things, too. During the art making, there were lively discussions about new books, TV shows, energy bars, breathing deeply (thanks, Elaine!), and where to get good deals. We love hearing about everyone's lives. All these little details do matter. We wish we could've stayed at Art & Soul longer, but duty calls. Our mission to bridge the gap between traditional scrapbooking and mixed media art is not done yet. We've got a week and a half at home and then we are off to New York! I will be posting information about our New York book signing event tomorrow (after we answer the call to sleep zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz).
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