I didn't have much time to take preview shots during today's shoot, I was running around like a headless chicken trying to get everything done in the four hours we had the studio for (sure, it sounds like a lot of time, but don't let it trick you.)
As you can see, Anaiah helped.
And speaking of Anaiah, here's her daisy crown from the beach
And my "dirty nails" manicure (it's all polish but that didn't stop me from feeling paranoid about touching food with my hands.)
Boots that I can finally wear now that the shoot is done!
Twisted! My old stompin' grounds. It looks way different- they've managed to squeeze in even more stuff but make it look even more wide open. Amazing!
Thats my dog on their fridge!
This is their ongoing gauge experiment- each employee knits a swatch with the same yarn on same needles (I think mine is the top, second from right. I'm a tight knitter apparently.) If you weren't already convinced that checking your gauge is important, you should be!
Michele loaned me a ukulele to see me through the two weeks without my own (frankly this one is much nicer but don't tell mine I said so.)
One of our models, Ruby, rockin' the ladies room at the Evergreen Aviation Museum
...and later rockin' the Burgerville. Nom.
I went up to St John's where I used to live for a wander. That cement wall you see in the background is the one in that picture :-) We used to live in the apartments just behind those trees.
There's Malabrigo at Powell's! What?!?
Ominous. (That's the garden outside my apartment window, pretty eh?)
I am mostly recovered from my wholly unpleasant poisoning ordeal, though I followed it up with a really hard head-to-towel-rail smack that's still a little achey. Geez. Here's hoping the next few days go a little better than the last few....