I am thankful for YOU! Thank you for your generous support.
May you and yours enjoy a wonderful day of food and gratitude.
A wreath I designed to benefit the beautiful, treasure Harry P. Leu Gardens. An auction is under way right now until December 3rd. Find all the wreaths here: https://www.32auctions.com/organizations/21352/auctions/24635?reset_filter=1
I don’t mean those rooms with theater seats and movie screens. Live actors in your living room performing. How cool is that? I recently attended one, and it is everything you’re imaging and more. This particular night we also enjoyed the addition of an acoustic guitar. If you’re interested in more information, contact the fellow at this link: http://www.bankshelfrich.com/
I have a high school graduate, whom I am so very proud of. We were lucky enough to get the enormously talented Kristen Wheeler to photograph our girl. Kristen has a certain magic that is evident in all of her photos. You can find more of Kristen’s work here: http://www.khphotographics.com/
Congratulations to this beautiful girl. The future is so bright.
I spent my Valentine’s Day at the Mennello Museum of American Art and loved every second of it. The Indie-Folk Fest was a twist on the Folk Festival the museum has hosted in the past and it was the most successful event yet.
Porch Therapy, from East End Market, easily one of my favorite places in Orlando.
Hanson’s Shoe Repair is Orlando’s own speakeasy and they make cocktail art. If you haven’t been, check it out.
Design firm “Lure” was my neighbor for the day. They are possibly better neighbors than Mr.Rogers.
There was leather and wood:
There was much more art and craft available, and the music was fantastic, too. Here’s a photo of two of the performers, Thomas & Olivia:
And one of my favorite people, Ken Pease and his delightful folk art:
It was a great day and I can’t wait until next year!