This was a busy weekend. I attended both an arts fair and a play. That covers a lot of the creative spectrum. It’s so interesting to see how people create. At the arts fair, there was everything from ceramics to metal working to photography. Even there, I tend to look for the most unique and different. I ended up buying a sterling silver bracelet made out of a 1940’s spoon and a glass pedestal that refracts sunlight into colors. Who could have thought to make a bracelet out of a spoon? Not me, but it’s super cool.
Today was spent at the local community theater. It was a very young and energetic play called, “No Sex Please, We’re British.” It was a farce with lots of confusion and people running in and out of rooms. It reminded me a lot of a Three’s Company episode. It was a good effort, but comedy is hard. I thought that the title was funny myself, because I write for an English publisher and they like the spicier stuff. Ha!
All in all, it was great exposure to a lot of different input. New sights, sounds, smells and taste. Did I mention the super spicy green chili chicken dish I got from a street vendor? Yummy. It was a great weekend, but busy. I’m looking forward to getting back to my keyboard this week, so I can flex my creative muscles, too.