The only good thing I can say about where I'm at right now art-wise, is that I still have ideas for unmade pieces in my head, and 3 commissions in the hopper. So, people are still paying me to do this, and I'm not out of ideas. But-- looking forward to a more relaxed schedule for a few months.
Pam's daughter Brenda went to the race last Saturday and took TONS of pictures and videos, so yes-- I'm subjecting you to more Halloween race stuff, and another love letter to Penny & the trail. I think I've made it pretty clear I'm no rock star when it comes to this. I've improved TONS this year and am happy about that, but I'm still not as fast as I'd like to be, and will always have things to work on, but-- look at my face--- It is so damned fun people!
HERE is a video I made of the race too from Brenda's footage. (Thanks B!)
Last night on our ride we were once again bantering over who can ride what (we're both competitive, which is hilarious because of how much we suck, but it's all in good fun) and she was trying to tell me she rides the teeter-totter now, reasoning a broken arm would take about as much time to heal-up as her thing, so we'd be ~even~ then. Seriously. I'll be bumming w/o my Pammy!!
I'll still keep you company T-Pam. Movies & food etc. We can do that too. :)
Speaking of food--- OMG you guys. Check out the lobster sandwich I had recently from this concession truck at 1st Ave & 4th St in Minneapolis. It's called "Smack Shack Lobster" and was TO DIE FOR. Seriously. I'm drooling just remembering it.
Yeah-- I'd pronounce it "Bay-ner" too if i was him.