Since we're getting into the holiday spirit, (see post below), let's check in on a few - holiday spirits that is.
In the latest G. Lady video,I take on the bad boy of Christmas himself - Scrooge, (aka David Coffee). Much to my surprise a few of his "buddies" drop in during our tete-a-tete. (Gave me a bit of a start really).
Well Ebenezer was warm, inviting and forthcoming. (Yes, we are on first name bases now. Such a lovely gentleman). He talks openly about his past, future, and what he hopes for on Christmas. Did he ever hook up with some lovely lady? Did he ever confront the thieves? Find out the answers to these probing questions and more.
Okay, so this is what you do. You go on line HERE, (or pick up a "Spotlight Magazine)," you take a deep breath then calmly make up a list of things to do Sunday, November 29, that's tomorrow. There are four open studio/tour/craft events tomorrow, Exeter to Kittery, Maine; three in walking distance of one another. So get a move on!
The Nutcracker Tea is at Wentworth by the Sea and "Santa Come Home" is over at the Players Ring. And of course there's non-holiday fare - check out "Seascape" at NHTP. There's just far too much going on for you to be sitting around finishing off the left overs folks. Get up. Get out.
And PLEASE, don't you dare head to the mall before checking out these local arts and craft/open studio sales. Buy local - or Santa may just pass you buy!
Get a move on people. We're talking pottery, photography, fine arts, metalsmithing, blacksmithing, woodworking, jewelry making, sculpting and so much more.
And equally important we are talking: exceptional gifts for those you TRULY love; keeping money local; keeping artists off our street corners (don't they clutter things standing around clanking their cups!), and finally just an incredible day peeking behind doors, gawking and beauty and meeting folks.
So down with the remote - and the malls - and off to life!