It was always going to be a hard weekend, two event, long distances with one unknown gallery and one we knew was going to be a busy one. They also both required early starts so with my best grumpy cat face I dragged myself out of bed to count my wrinkles.
By 7:30am we were on the road in reasonably heavy Christmas traffic, the car park was busy too when we arrived, Christmas was coming...
A full on appearance, so many collectors came along and the gallery at times was fit to burst, in addition I must have signed nearly a hundred dedications along the way and added doodles and additions to lots of special presents. The whole event started early and ran over turning the three hours into nearly five hours, a fantastic event.
A great weekend, great galleries, great collectors and great fun.
So, I'm writing this blog with a headache and limbs like jelly, why? Well, over the 48 hour period we managed to work a whopping 36 of them and we arrived home after very heavy traffic and using the Satnav accident avoidance system last night a few minutes before ten. Within fifteen minutes of arriving home I was to be found zonked out in bed. Happy but very, very tired.
So, one left. It's a goody.
Saturday 21st December, Castle Fine Art, Cambridge 1-4pm.
The last appearance for years to come, one last chance to get that dedication or special doodle for Christmas. A free event and the final party destination of Bloodlines that we will be throwing everything at, see you this weekend.