Friday, October 16, 2009

Dear Blog...

Dear Blog,
I'm sorry I've been neglecting you recently. It just happens to be really hectic here right now. And while I'm sure you are asking yourself why I haven't been sharing stories and pictures of why I've been so busy... it is partially because I've been soooooo sleepy and partially because I just got lazy. I'm sorry blog, don't be mad... I'm going to try and be better.  And to prove it, here are some photos of things I've done recently.
Went to Eastern State Penitentiary with the gang + Lauren + Drew.
It was by far one of the coolest/spookiest/more unexpected things I've done since being in Philly. But I loved it.
Had more adventures during a jam packed "Sibling Weekend!"
Went to the Italian Market for the first time!
Debated whether to get Pat's or Geno's...
We got Pats.
Little sister helped me in the Studio before she went back to Harrisburg...
Finally found out where this mural was and saw it in person. I have loved it since I saw it in Mike's mural book from Philly U. 
Had dinner with Mike at the Nashery...
And Hannah came too!

Spent a really really really cold and long night cutting wood with Corrie and assembling a 3D project.

Spent a lovely night at the Melting Pot with Miss Gibson and the other lovely ladies.
It was my first time there and I got the honor of sitting next to the birthday girl, Miss Mary Penxa. Happy 20th Mar!
And on top of all this I've been doing sooo sooo sooo much work for my studio classes. Stressing out about classes for next semester. Working on mountains upon mountains of homework. Going to lectures and galleries. And pulling numerous all nighters. But, it should get better soon.

1 comment:

  1. Jimmy,
    No pressure, but I love reading your blog. REally makes my day to see you living the dream. Love the pics too and I sound like a hip, cool chick with my Mom friends when I talk about your art work. A quote I always love and learn to live by..""Worry is like a rocking chair, you can sit it in but it will never take you anywhere." Keep up the good work. Love, Aunt Lisa