This is a cross post from my personal blog but it was so much fun I have to share it here too.
Rebekah's latest Senior Year Project post will be posted tomorrow. Poor thing has been without internet and sick for the past few days. That's cruel and unusual punishment from the universe!
Apologies on the lack of crafty posts. I've been up to other things. Ya know, trying to keep my life interesting and enriched. :)
This past weekend I helped out my friend Jessi with her booth at the Mother Earth News Fair in Puyallup, Washington.
It was a totally different type of show of what I'm personally used to but it was a lot of fun.
I felt like I was totally exposed to my friend's "other life". You think you know someone well and then you witness them in "work mode" and its a whole new person. It was awesome!
Jessi drew a massive crowd for her "What the Cluck" talk. Times like this I go into my "older sister" pride mode for her. She had people who were shoulder to shoulder rolling with laughter while taking notes.
Her book sold out completely. (I've seen this happen at two different shows now!)
And she has really fun garden world friends. I'm totally comparing them to my extremely fun crafty friends. It would be one insanely fun party if those two worlds could collide. Apparently we're all drinkers.
Erica from NW Edible stopped by. Love, love, love her blog and highly recommend it to my local friends.
The super funny Lisa Taylor stopped by the booth before she it the stage. If you ever have the opportunity to listen to one of her talks, you must! She is hilarious.
Jessi's publishing company (Timberpress) reps were so fun! My eyes started leaking a couple times from laughing so hard.
And a special shout out to my new crush Ivette Soler. First she is absolutely beautiful, gorgeous porcelain skin. She is also wise and real - I totally got that from her just from a 20 minute conversation with her. I am totally buying her book The Edible Front Yard.
I could gush about the whole weekend but honestly I'm pooped. I didn't think I would be since I didn't have to do any real work so to speak. It's exhausting to have so much fun!
Here's a slideshow of the pictures I took in case you're interested.