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

Wednesday, November 2, 2016

November 2, 2016


The day after Halloween and it was time to host another party - a Glue Journal Party for the Journal Lab class. It was a fun way to end the day. The rest of the time I was working on a workshop I am leading this Saturday.


It's been a while since I've been up to day with the book club I'm following but this month I was! Yay! I didn't love the book but I loved watching the ladies chat during the hangout.


Only Anna Olson could get me out of the house the day after Halloween during a crazy dark rainy night for her cookbook signing! I am so glad she did, I could cry just looking at this photograph. This moment meant so much to me. In a time when baking is demonized, to meet such an amazing woman and teacher stand up for baking and treats... It just meant the world to me.


Suzie Ridler said...

Jamie, you are always so busy but also sound like you're having a ton of fun!

Shannon, sorry to hear you didn't *heart* the book but hanging out with those ladies must be a ton of fun.

Shannon said...

The Glue Journal Party was so much fun, Jamie! It was cool to see the fellow Journal Lab Folks. I am amazed we did so much in just an hour!

O.M.G!!!! Suzie! That's you and Anna Olson!!! I am still freaking out over this. What an amazing moment. You look so happy! I am so glad you got to meet her, how absolutely wonderful :)

Jamie Ridler Studios said...

Shannon, that picture totally looks like a dreamboard! It's awesome that the show is so fun though disappointing that the book wasn't the greatest :(

Suzie, OMG, that's you and Anna Olson!!! I mean, WOW! I'm so glad you could get there and be in the energy of the work she does and what she means to you. That is just amazing. What a wonderful picture to have to remember the moment! ((bighugs))

Suzie Ridler said...

II still can't believe it about Anna. Thank you both for your support, it means so much. I really needed an energy shift and I think that did it!