The Ridler sisters, Suzie, Jamie and Shannon, discuss their creative projects, from challenges to celebrations, and support each other's creative lives.

Tuesday, January 17, 2012

January 17, 2012


One of the highlights of my year is being a collaborator in Christine Mason Miller's Desire to Aspire.
My personal copy has arrived!

In honour of the new show Alcatraz, here is me in front of The Rock circa October 2010 while in San Francisco when I went there with Jamie & her honey for our brother Jason's wedding! I had no idea how cool it would be to be to see it, even from afar.

Book Ghost Hunt 2:

Jamie got me the book Ghost Hunt 2 by the Ghost Hunters gang for Christmas. Yesterday I took a cab on a very cold day to the doctor's and found out my lungs are doing much better (I am getting over pneumonia). As I waited to see my doctor who reminds me of a fairy, I pondered a question a little boy asked the Ghost Hunters' team: Can the ocean be haunted?


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

Shannon, that was such a great trip. It was so fun to explore San Francisco with you and Justin!

I'm so glad you're enjoying the book, Suzie! I almost feel like I was keeping you company at the doctor because you took the book. Thank goodness your lungs are doing better!

And hmmm... I'm so curious what the Ghost Hunters said about the ocean!

Suzie Ridler said...

Jamie, what a lovely card! Things like that always brighten up my day.

That is the COOLEST Shannon! I always think of the tour of Alcatraz from I Married An Axe Murderer, "...but you can call me Vicki."

Thanks Jamie, it did feel like you were with me at the doctor's office! Yes, so happy my lunges are much clearer too, what a relief.

I'm still in the middle of that chapter, I'll let you know!

yoga-girl said...

Suzie, while on a boat in the ocean at night time off the coast of Belize a couple of weeks ago, I thought the same thing! What if the ocean was haunted? I mean, how can it not be?

Suzie Ridler said...

Yoga-Girl, I totally agree, the ocean can and must be haunted! The only issue is salt usually keeps ghosts at bay so I think only the absolutely worst, dramatic and sad stories leave that residual energy which is why when it does happen, it is so intense.