Sunday, July 31, 2011

A great birthday

It was a hot and sticky day today while working at the art fair.  My mother told me the day I was born was the hottest day of the year and I believe her.

All day long I had people visiting my booth and wishing me a happy birthday, one handsome man picked some mushrooms for me to dry and see if I can use them in a new creation.

Another friend brought me a beautiful red and black sari to use in whatever manner I chose.  It appears she has several other sari's in her closet and didn't need this one any more.  Yeah, I'm thinking....I have so many friends with that same problem.  All those saris clogging up the closet space.  It's just gorgeous and trying to decide how to use it will be most of the fun.

The day ended with a neighbor and friend stopping by and assisting with the take down.  The three of us went to Ciatti's afterwards for supper and I enjoyed some steak and shrimp and a portion of the chocolate cake.

Then I picked up some tuna for She Devil and I promised to assemble her new fountain tomorrow.  There's nothing better than  being home with loved ones

Long Live the 60 year old Queen!


  1. I didn't know it was your birthday! Woo-hoo, have some slightly used ice cubes for your birthday! Hm, seems as though I could have come up with something better, or at least a hug, had I known.

    Well, here's a bloggy happy birthday. You make 60 look amazing!

  2. (Oh, this is Cathy R, by the way. I guess it just comes up as my blog title! Oops.)

  3. HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!! I did not know it was your birthday or I'd have been here with good wishes sooner. It sounds like you had a wonderful day filled with love and friends. That's the best way!! Sixty will be a good year for you. Have a grand day, hugs, Edna B.

  4. Happy Birthday camera friend...may your 60th year produce the best ever when it comes to friendship, fun, family, festivities and fotos. Mary Ann