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

Monday, June 20, 2016

June 20, 2016


I got a little side tracked on my Shakespeare project when I was reading The Iliad, but was able to get back to it with Henry IV Part 2. This one was not what I expected, and it was even stranger because I am fairly familiar with the one that comes after it. I'd be a little pressed to say what the themes are, but I will give it that it had some great speeches and lots of amazing quotes. I can't wait to watch The Hollow Crown version of this one to understand it better.


Was a bit of an emotional struggle this weekend so when that happens I like to go into "just get 'er done" mode which included photographing even more jewelry for the upcoming salt. Bracelets are the hardest thing to make but I really wanted to try making one and I did it. I made it quite small (my size) so if it doesn't sell (it isn't going to be cheap) I get to keep it, LOL.


Shannon said...

I like your pricing structure Suzie.... :) I totally understand getting in getting-it-done mode when things aren't running so well. I hope the wave of struggle feels like it's on a more even keel now.

Suzie Ridler said...

I don't think I have read that one Shannon! I have read Henry the V I think and there were a lot of monologues in that one too, if I remember right. Cool you're getting back to Shakespeare.

Thanks Shannon! And it's a good approach when things are tough, isn't it?