Monday, November 17, 2008

mixed tape monday

Great weekend.  Not so great is that, La La land is ablaze and our skies are an eerie orange haze. In the ashy air, I dragged the familia to felt club which was  fabulously crafty and fun. I was able to meet, in person, some of my favorite etsy vendors and see their work up close {more on that later}. All that and an impromptu dinner party with good friends. {yay!} Time to march forward into a fresh new week.
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12 comments:

Ashley said...

Did you meet Megan of Harrilu? She is super sweet and her shirts are the best!

beachbungalow8 said...

i DID!!! actually I didn't meet her, but I bought tshirts from them!

Anonymous said...

I love your Monday mixes. They start my week. Thank you!
Nina from Wyoming

bina said...

I love this mixtape!

A friend in NY turned me on to Antony & the Johnsons a few years ago, and while I was visiting Venice he was playing in Verona. We rented a car and drove to see him perform in the ruins of an old roman theater, on a perfect summer night.

beachbungalow8 said...

bina, that sounds incredible. His voice is so haunting.

Nina, glad to have you here! thank you for stopping by.

Karena said...

Happy Monday! I worry about the fires, hope you are safe!

GloucesterMary said...

Megan...did you get a chance to check out Quarry Books' booth at Felt Club!? Fabulous books for artisan crafters! www.quarrybooks.com

paola+ said...
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paola said...

Thanks! I'd forgotten how much I love 'Paris, Paris'....

Pamela Terry and Edward said...

All of my California friends have been forefront in my mind this weekend! Glad to hear you are okay!

Happy Monday!

beachbungalow8 said...

gloucester mary, I did! They had some really beautifully designed books. I think one was a blank book called 'handmade'? is that right? So cool and the guy was really sweet.

Pamela, thank you! Karena thanks!
mostly it just smells like a camp fire and there's ash falling every where. We're so fortunate to not be in a fire zone.

The midwest has tornado season, the south has hurricane season...we have fire season. Another reason to cut down on plastic bag use and ride our bikes more!

beachbungalow8 said...

paola, I'm glad someone else remembers that song. There's something sort of 'hot and steamy' about it.

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