Carol sent me this link http://chocolategirl64.blogspot.com/2010/02/on-paper.html?showComment=1265588359139_AIe9_BHLeSzAHaMExAyfzSy_aiVfujkeQYQP3oDviueug_70MYQJrfB18axGDjriJQmdBARFKs1uH-uLfhIzWWFZxWcox_S0B3oqSaY30l5eWe3TK0MmL0-OJw1rVMGP6vwOQ8E5NtYOS_3B021D6LUOhNV5krARA0hlth5LH9mFkI6WpA_SStumpouEiTwnQUbUswnoe0CIF7kvAg0SVp-V-ml8s_9JcA#c476244043244971667
Amy said the P.V. went really well, with over 150 people visting.
I’m thinking about carrying on the project to make a huge forest with several paths leading into it. Although I was happy with the results I was shocked that 54 books filled such little space adn I could experiment much with different layouts because there just wasn’t enough books. I couldn’t fit them all on the floor of my living room so I thought they’d be plenty!
I’m feeling much better today. Amy was fantastic, she was very welcoming, showed us round TAP which has great studio space as well as a huge space for exhibiting. I had a terrible headache when I was setting up, so it took hours longer than I thought it would even with help and so I couldn’t face the journey home. Amy and her husband kindly let us stay at hers, which was such a relief.
I think the show will go well, not everything was set up when we left, but I was looking good.
We broke down just down the road on the way home but luckily Carols husband Ian came to the rescue.
I’m sure it’ll be worth all the little hicups.