Ever wonder what a CKC night crop looks like? Like this. The scrapbooking community in Tulsa (and The City! I learned some Oklahoma language, because The City = Oklahoma City. I had no idea until this weekend!) is large and active. These are women who took classes all day (the part i was involved in at the convention) and then set up their supplies to continue until late, late, late. I was exhausted after teaching just five classes each day—kudos to those who have the endurance to not take a nap after their last class! The amazing part? This is only part of the amount of people who attended the convention.
Look at what Chrissy and I found on our lunch break on Friday! A very lovely scrapbook store with a photo booth set up inside it. What a brilliant idea. We had a lot of fun taking these pictures, though I am none too fond of the bottom right one of me. Not sure what that one is about.
I was so taken by the cool art in the hotel room at the Tulsa Renaissance that I took some bad pictures of it, hoping that the internet might know who the artist is. It was not conclusive from the little scribble on the painting. The room had four such prints, each cooler than the last.
4. Speaking of which, I was also taken by the extraordinarily comfortable bed I slept in at the Tulsa Renaissance. Either it was just that exceptional, or we need a new mattress even worse than we thought.
9. Speaking of bears, Matt asked Gracie to tell him everything she knows about bears tonight. He learned some interesting things he was not aware of previously : )
10. Operation Get Ready For the Aussies is kicking into full-gear tomorrow. I have a lot to do to shine up this place for the foreigners! Not much longer....