The past two months have gone by like a tornado, leaving in their wake the usual post-tornado cleanup work to do. This includes sucking up all the twisted mobile home scraps of guilt about not posting here for months and getting back into the routine of blogging, tending my Facebook page, and updating my websites.
Flashing back to March, there was an out-of town orchid show, followed closely by the Artisan Fragrance Salon in San Francisco. Then there was a local orchid show, followed by another out-of town one in early April, followed by the Art and Olfaction Awards in LA the next weekend. The weekend I got back to Seattle started tech week for the theatre show that I was producing, which just finished its 3-week run on Sunday. To make matters worse, the student intern who usually helps me with orchid care and shipping was unable to work during much of this time.
I have to say that it has been an amazing and surreal couple of months, with some very successful shows of all types, Woodcut winning the Art and Olfaction Award, the business expanding, and just generally having fun.
It’s good to be back on the blog. This post is all about me, but I promise you that future posts will be more interesting!
[Tornado photo from Wikimedia; Golden Pear photo from the Art and Olfaction website; rat on running wheel from the website of a manufacturer of such equipment. ]