|Let's pretend this is a "shower"|
There were probably a good 60 or 70 artists at the event and it was definitely pretty interesting. It should come as no surprise that my favorite pieces all came from the same artist who used food in each piece along with tiny little figurines. The setups were adorable - little people skiing down twist cone ice creams, for example. I bought a little print of one called "The Grape Escape" to hang up in the kitchen and I love it.
I'm pretty disappointed that we went to an art event that featured organic food and a musical performer called Pork Chop and forgot to bring along my Hipster Bingo cards. Serious bummer because I think a lot of the bases were covered there yesterday.
When we got home we watched the Iron Lady about the political life of Margaret Thatcher. I really enjoyed it because although I guess I'm technically half English, that part of history was before my time and I don't know much about it.
Oh! And I did yoga. How could I forget? Honestly, I don't know why I stopped practicing yoga. Also, I don't know why we have to say "practicing yoga." It sounds a little pretentious, doesn't it? I'm not a yogi and I didn't even go to a class. I did a 45 minute video at home alone and I didn't even wear Lululemon.
Are you an artist/art enthusiast?
No and no. I can appreciate art but beyond stick figures I'm out of my element. The only art I really know anything about is really classic European paintings - all thanks to a intro art class in college.
As far as long runs are concerned, would you rather run alone, in a group or with a partner?
It really depends. I think short runs with a partner or group really push me, but sometimes on long runs I like to zone out a little.