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

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

November 16, 2016


Yesterday was a pretty intense day with some great stuff and some draining stuff. I had to go up to the doctors and it took even longer than usual and I also got some blood work. The beginning of the day was nice though. I met with Shannon and Kim and we got to work on the new season at the studio. And the end of the day was nice. Justin met up with me and we went for dinner at the Local and had a lovely meal and a lovely time. It was just what I needed. Plus I started and ended the day with a great view of the beautiful big moon!


Early start today with some behind the scene-ing learning how to learn some techie stuff for The Studio :) Fun times!


I wanted to share the geography of Vancouver with you two again. Here I am on Victoria Drive by the Value Village on the right facing south. Behind me is north where the mountains are which are covered in cloud and apparently it is snowing there. As you can see, when you face south away from the mountains, the farther you go the less cloud coverage you have. In our hood is a dark grey cloud but if you kept going south past the Fraser River in Richmond, it would be clear and sunny.


Suzie Ridler said...

That sounds like a completely exhausting day Jamie but I am glad you could commune finally with the super moon. It's been too overcast here.

Shannon, sounds productive!

Shannon said...

Wow, that's a gorgeous Fall photo Jamie! I can't believe all of that was yesterday, feels like at least 2 days of stuff! I am so glad you got to spend some time with just and have a lovely meal, and get to see the moon! It was epic!

Okay, I'm starting to get a better sense of it now. And how wild for the deliniation of the clouds coverage stopping as it is father away. It's like you see can several weathers happening at the same time!

Suzie Ridler said...

Oh good! I was hoping that the geography lesson was kind of working. Yes, the farther away from the mountains you go, the better the weather.