I gave away this little guy to this nice young man named Rex at the oasis on Lake Travis because he voluntarily help me unload all my artwork once I got it down to the elevator at a point where I was truly exhausted!! He took it down steps which would’ve been very hard for me to do and carried it down right to my car! I love that there are some gentleman still in the world! Another kind fellow named Jorge/artist helped me on the way in, and we even did a barter and he told me about other art shows. I would’ve done all this myself when I was young, and in fact I did it every chance, but I find that is a little less common now, so I am really happy to have found not only the help —but the kind spirit which I appreciate more than I can say! Shows are so difficult!
Stay weird, drink beer.
Austin was undeniably a fun city to be in. We spent 3 hours with @nativeexperienceatx learning about breweries and sampling beers from IPA, lager, stout and what not. We also tried some cider. I happened to love the spiced cider by @eastciders. You can learn a lot in 3 hours especially when you have a cool tour guide who takes you to the best and fun places in town.
We also got to play cornball and Foosball while drinking. Does that sound fun or what?
"If you don't know where you're going, how will you know when you've arrived?" It's a valid question.
Imagine how often you get into your vehicle to drive to work, run errands, meet up with a friend for dinner, or travel out of town. Apply that same question to those everyday scenarios. What would happen if you didn't have a destination in mind?
You wouldn't have any idea of how to structure your day, your time, anything. At best, it would be a lot of time wasted. At worst, you would be living in daily chaos.
The same is true with your health and fitness. You’ve got to set goals to know where you’re going. Otherwise you’re on an endless path of just wandering.
TEN. We made it to our tenth year. This past weekend, we celebrated our 10th year anniversary as a local business and I had the honor of staging and designing our celebration dinner. I’ve creatively directed the vision for the last 7 years and I couldn’t hold back a few tears. This journey has been more than what I imagined and we’re barely getting started. Dream big, my friends, dream big.