I have my first outdoor art show coming up this Saturday, so I’m preparing for it, and there’s a bit of fear, concerning the weather! Will it rain? Will all my pictures get wet? That’s happened before. And some of them have to be reframed if I’m lucky. Sometimes they’re ruined for good. I don’t have the best tent.
So, in the meantime, I have contingency plans! Cards in boxes, instead of in a rack, tent walls covering each side, instead of opening them to the public. But I know from experience that you can go through all of this, and wait for the rain to fall, and then it doesn’t! So you look like a kid with extra mittens, earmuffs and boots, all bundled up for a snowstorm, and then there’s not even a flake!
I am affirming that this art fair will go well somehow. Weatherwise, peoplewise, heartwise.
The above picture is a new one, taken less than a week ago, of a magnolia warbler on a forsythia bush. One quick moment in time! He was there for 3 shots, and then he was gone. I like it so much I’m hanging it in my house for a few days before the show.
I am looking forward to touching hearts and making connections this weekend, and having the weather hold up for all that to happen!