Southwest airlines we each get to take two pieces of luggage, for no extra fees!! Can you believe it!? So we will be taking some half empty suitcases with us so we have can stuff them with treasure to bring back! I think I will wait until I get back to post on all the great shops and places to treasure hunt and even some of the restaurants to eat at there. You all know how much I love to eat and talk about eatting!
San Xavier del Bac Mission. I might even drag the kids to an Easter service there this year because the place is so darn beautiful! My boys are used to celebrating Spring Equinox so Easter is usually no big thing for us but Jasper is already begging me to take him to eat the Tohono O'odham tacos that are sold out in front of the mission. The Tohono O'odham Nation has presided in the Sonoran Desert forever. I will post some photos here from last year so you can see how amazing this place is.
Would you die for this door handle? I would!
What you see when you walk in. Love that scallop trim on the pews!
Look at the paint on these walls. Its amazing! And this tiny little door? Where does it go?!
A little corner with candles.
A super cool ancient font.
I finally figured out how to get my Iphone to cooperate for mobile blogging with pictures so I will post some from Tucson. You might notice though that for the these mobile posts I have not figured out how to title them as I would like so they will all be called somethingorother media blahblahblah. I will change them as I can, when I can. Also, I have just started to add favorite blogs or blogs I read a lot of to the list you will see here so check back often to see updates. And visit the links. You will like what you find!
On another note: I have done a major overhaul of my atelier/studio/craft room/work/sewing space and will post pictures soon. I wish I could just have you all over to see it and open shop! I have slowly been moving stuff from the garage cupboards into my newer space and it has prompted me to consider what I really need to have and what I can let go of. Is this ever really possible? Can you ever give up something that seems like it might have a future use in some awesome art/craft piece? Do I keep what's unique and discard the ordinary? What if I get rid of the seemingly ordinary and then when I need it I can't find it anywhere? I tend to hang on, to a lot of stuff, probably way too long, and now I have a ton-o-stuff. Every corner, crevice and crack is filled to the brim. Oh, to have the time to put these items to use..... How do I find the time to collect these items but not enough time to transfer them into their next existence as pieces of an assemblage of some kind? Oh, whoa is me... Must.....Make.....Art.....