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

Thursday, April 9, 2015

April 9, 2015


It's being a real joy to receive Akiyo's postcard project in my mailbox! Every day she is writing her gratitudes on a postcard and sending them in the mail. The colour alone is spreading joy all the way from Japan to Canada.


I can't believe how much I enjoy this horrible VC Andrews adaptations that Lifetime does. I was watching today, and laughing all the way, and then I realize, nothing that I was laughing at was meant to be funny. I think I found my version of's... melodrama. So funny. And it shouldn't be. They are doing another one next week, I'm not sure I'll be able to handle another one so quickly after this one. Oh boy.


Yesterday was all about picking winners for my content and Jamie was one of them! Sorry Shannon, I was really hoping you would get a gift certificate or something cool too. I also went out quickly for some groceries but back home in bed. Migraine big time. I really should never have caffeine, even during conventions but I was desperate.


Suzie Ridler said...

I am so glad you're finding the humour in it Shannon! Melodrama can be so much fun although it is too bad they didn't really do justice (from what you have mentioned) to the books.

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

LOL, Shannon! Your version of sarcasm is melodrama - brilliant!! I'm so glad you got so much joy out of that!

Yay!! I can hardly believe it, Suzie. What a treat. Thank you so much. I hope you had a wonderful blog birthday!

Shannon said...

Wow, what a lovely project Akiyo has to send Graditudes on postcards. That's so lovely for you to receive them Jamie. I'm LOVING the colours :)

Suzie you had such an amazing turn out at the contest, I am so impressed! And congratz Jamie to winner, woohoo! Very exciting all around. :)

I'm love that melodrama is my sarcasm. It lets me both enjoy melodrama more, and understand sarcasm a little bit too. Woohoo! I don't think I read as far as If There Be Thorns, so this story was new to me...and just as crazy as the other films, hehe!