Last week when I took Maria to the airport we snuck into the nearest bathroom and did the thing all artists do in bathrooms. Yes. We took self portraits. We made ART! Waiting for a flight need not be a total bore or an unproductive waste of time. We were noticing how odd the Burbank airport is. Time forgot it. You'd never know you were in LA if you didn't know you were in LA. This time that I took Maria to the airport was a time for firsts. It was the first time I did not see a celebrity at the airport and for the first time, as I am just now seeing, I think the airport made me taller. I knew something looked odd about this photo and it wasn't that hideous tile. This is what I would look like if I were of normal height! Oh my Buddha! I have no idea how this happened because I was wearing flat shoes (as usual) and Maria is taller than me (as usual) so I am pretty much packing my bags and moving into this poorly lit bathroom forever. If you are ever at the Burbank airport, visit me in the lower level bathroom next to the entrance to the Southwest ticketing area!
If you are not at the Burbank airport, here is where you can meet us!
April 19, 2008
1006 North Davis Road
Salinas, CA 93907
It will be just me at Stamp Bug because the Real Karen has to be a mom that day, but The Other Karen will be with me and that is GREAT!!!
April 27, 2008
LA Times Festival of Books
11:00am Borders Booth
Both of us will be here this day! So will Tod and Lee and Julie Andrews. Ok, Julie might not be hanging with us but we will be following her around, again. There's a good chance that you will see all 4 of us Goldberg-Woods-Dinino people together in a photo from this day. I am also pretty sure that the day won't go by without at least one person asking how it is how we're all related and in unison we'll all roll our eyes and explain how siblings happen, again. See, we have the same parents. There is something really good at the Festival of Books and I am not just talking about all the amazing authors. They have really good Dove ice cream bars. Get one while you stand in line and wait for your books to get signed.
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