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

Thursday, August 10, 2017

August 10, 2017


I am really enjoying have some time off. My heart and soul need it. Clearly they need a lot of journal time in coffee shops too, LOL! Today I had errands to do downtown so I made sure to stop and hang out at an old favourite haunt, Futures, and do a little writing too.


Tiring day, but once I got the dones done it was nice to kick back and re-watch a favourite film for the Viewathon. I absolutely love The Losers and I've not watched it for quite a while, so it was great to enjoy it's awesomeness.


Bit of a weird day. Had to rush out to get food before the guy came to fix the refrigerator. Rested off and on, like I did yesterday. The heat and smoke is really bad. Was on my own for the whole day. Feeling kind of rough. Supposed to cool down and maybe even rain in a few days. Can't come soon enough. Art studio is closed too and it really impacts my emotional health to not have a place to go to connect with people.


Jamie Ridler Studios said...

Looks like the perfect movie to kick back with, Shannon. The Viewathon seems to be a ton of fun!

I'm sorry to hear things are feeling rough, Suzie. your beautiful plate seems like a sanctuary in the midst of it all. I'm glad to hear your fridge is fixed and sad to hear the studio is closed. When does it open again?

Suzie Ridler said...

Futures is a classic Jamie and so glad you are enjoying your time off!

Great choice for The Viewathon Shannon!

The studio is closed next week as well. Thanks. Hoping the rough times end soon.

Shannon said...

Wow, coffee at Future's ... that's awesome Jamie! I'm glad the time and the coffeeing and the journalling is going well. Time off is definitely a good thing.

Beautiful salad Suzie, and it sounds like your fridge got fixed which is great news too. I'm sorry to hear things otherwise feel rough. I hope there is somewhere you can get some centring in while the studio is closed.