I have submitted my application to man a table at the Seattle Cup Cake Camp on April 16; I'm waiting for my form to become available to man a table at my daughter's kids' grade school carnival on March 10, and (gulp) I sent in my money to apply for admission at Coeur d'Alene's Art on the Green the first week in August.
The first two events are a done deal. I just heard from Carrie Middlemiss, the sponsor of Seattle's Cup Cake Camp, and I assume the school carnival will take all comers who are willing to pay $50 for the space.
Here's the update on the Princess Power covers: My smart, resourceful daughter in law photographed the drawings (posted in an earlier blog, below), and asked her printer to print them for free, as they are going to be donated to St. Judes and Seattle Children's Hospital. That's our Corine. I'm really excited to receive them and get the Princess Power Packs in the mail, but meanwhile I am merrily painting, looking forward to spring.
My daffodils have sprouted and the upstairs lady has set out her primroses. Spring comes early to Seattle, and the sunshine is always welcomed with jubilation. In Seattle, we don't have to wait for April showers-- we're thoroughly drenched year-round. On a sunny day people practically go leaping down the middle of the streets, whooping for joy. Today was a day like that.