Yesterday was the show at the Blue Mountain Lake Museum in Blue Mt Lake, N.Y., about an hour and a half drive.
It was a beautiful, cool morning. Lois is the designated driver of the big ass truck that DH lets us use for shows.
We are very proficient at setting up. You could say we have it down to a science.
We have speculated on how long we actually want to do shows.
It’s hard work, and we aren’t exactly young any more.
We had the Structo to do some demo. It definitely attracts attention.
The other day when Dale was here, she said “is that mine?”
I assured her that someday it would be hers.
I did a little playing with my iPad, which was fantastic for using Square. I took pictures with it, and I’m doing this blog post with it, so we shall see how it goes.
I find that since I bought the iPad, I hardly use my laptop at all, which surprised me.
My headache is still doable, and let me just say I am incredibly grateful for every day it’s not a slammer.
It was a reasonably profitable day, which ended with me feeling a little like Edith Ann.
When I thought about it on the ride home, I realized that at this stage of my life I feel like that a lot, just a speck in a large beach of sand.
And all I can do is the best that I can do, on any given day. I think I am.