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

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

July 19, 2017


Yesterday was a really active day. I got back to the gym after quite a break away, worked on The Art of the Altar and then did some yoga. Probably not the smartest idea after also going to the gym but hey, Scout was entertained!


I didn't take a lot of pictures as I was out and about, but this was my lunch! The cherries were amazing. I am so glad I bought some, it can be a challenge when they package them already in bags I always feel a bit weird if I re-distribute so I don't take so many but these were so good I am glad I have lots to enjoy!


Had a day to myself and was super productive. Got out to buy some food, came home and made real Pad Thai (I'm getting there) and did a ton of paper work for applying to co-ops. Which is exhausting and I am spending way too much time on the computer so I am glad I got a cooking break and made this fantastic treat.


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

Shannon, those cherries look awesome. Justin bought some yesterday and I can't wait to try them! I hope they are as good as the ones you picked.

Suzie, your Pad Thai adventures look amazing. I am wishing you well with the co-ops. That would be such a great solution! I am sending good energy.

Shannon said...

What a delightful photo Jamie! I'm glad Scout was entertained by your yoga-ing. Busy days are hard to figure out what is the best route to do things, eh? You got two exercising in... that sounds like a win to me! And Art of the Altar too.. that is lots of goodness!

Sounds like the Path to Pad Thai is quite an adventure, Suzie! What a busy day, you are doing amazing with all the co-op applications and so much more. I'm glad you got a break in ther too.

Suzie Ridler said...

Scout was your yoga guru, I love it. Sounds like you have been quite busy Jamie but good for you for getting to the gym.

Shannon, I do the same thing with cherries. Who says I have to buy that many? Glad they were good. They've been excellent here this season too.

Thanks! The Pad Thai was quite the journey and applying for co-ops a ton of work. I just hope we find the right home.