Here is a photo of the "booth" I hope to have at tomorrow's trunk show! (Pardon the bookshelf and yellow framed art on the wall--they will not be part of the display!)
Come on out tomorrow night! It is a private event but you're invited! You'll need to either get a copy of the invitation (contact me for this) or RSVP by calling Amy at Wadoo at (970) 223-4012.
Last week was 11.11.11, and if you've been reading my blog for awhile, you may know already about The Beckoning of Lovely. My friend Katie and I flew to Chicago to attend Friday's last BOL event with Katie's Chicago-native friend Lindsay. The event was led by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, who describes herself as "a person who likes to make things" and truly has some inspiring ideas that validate the ordinary, simplicity, humanity, kindness and friendship. The final BOL movie has been pulled from YouTube today, since it appears that she needs to tweak it, but perhaps that is for the best. I'd love for you to see the video of the event last Friday that we attended, and I suspect that that, along with the adjusted movie, will be available in another month or so for you to see. I will make sure you know about it!
I am so glad that I attended. :)
Finally, I heard about something on the radio today that I want to share with you. StoryCorps is a great organization advocating for people to share stories with one another, and in some cases, larger groups. StoryCorps records people's stories as oral history. They sponsor a project called The National Day of Listening. This year, it is next Friday, November 25, the day after Thanksgiving. I think this is a great opportunity to be mindful of time spent with family and friends, and to really listen for people's stories. If you'd like something fun to do next weekend, I suggest recording a few stories of your own! The StoryCorps website has some great guidelines and a way to develop a good list of questions.