We arrived Sunday morning and found many of the tents in shambles from the sudden wind Saturday night. Heavy cloud layers convinced several folks that it was not going to be a promising day. The tent behind me had been completely taken down as well as the Boy Scout Tent in the vendors area. It was being removed from the tree line a field away. A tent was loaned and the boy scouts and festival workers pitched in along with a wonderful man who loaned the tent stayed and helped rebuild her display so that she could salvage the 2nd day of the festival. between 12 and 1pm the sun came out.
Family and Friends many who know what is important in life reached out and made a difference in life. The difference in the quality of life. I continue to be in awe of these wonderful people. Kyung, Rita, Jay, Lori, Amy, young Jessica and Caralee who lives life fully and all teach. These are the greatest gifts of love.
This festival has always been very good for my family. The folks that came out and purchased from each of the vendors were many friends and clients I have known for couple of decades here in Englewood. Words cannot convey what my heart felt. "Here comes the Sun" sold along with some 9 other pieces 3 of which went to a very special Angel (Rita) and her husband Jay. Meeting the owners of the artwork where your work will share its love always leaves me amazed (they are the perfect owner of the work). Jessica is a college student (ART) from California and now the owner of HERE COMES THE SUN Art. Lori was another who purchased 2 pieces. This was a pivotal festival and my heart cannot thank you each enough