Monday, September 15, 2008

How I Spent My Weekend


My 100 Word Essay on How I Spent My Weekend


Saturday was the Heritage Festival. The Arts Commission sponsored a community art project. We are making a viking ship from wood pieces that have community member's names translated into viking Runes on it. (There's also one with the word "Sex" translated on to it ~ NOT my doing!) The Arts Commission also sponsored a Quick Draw Auction with 7 highly talented artists. I managed to work myself into two of the art pieces. One was drawn as a representation of the Heritage Festival and sold for $45 (Sorry no picture of that particular art piece that features me in my ball cap). The other art piece I paid Anthony Holden $10 to create.


Finally, I spent the lovely day constantly checking on my BYU Brothers as they stomped UCLA 59-0!
(100 words does NOT include writing within paranthesis)

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Tori and Steve said...
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Tori and Steve said...

Lovely! Who put that naughty one in? I can't believe it! My scanner is having problems but as soon as soon as it starts working again, my sketch and my kids will be posted! Had fun this weekend!

Tori and Steve said...

What the heck did I just do?

Wendy said...

Tori - You only get duplicate entries like that when you're the person who put the naughty word in the art project . . . .

Can't wait to see your picture that you had done -- I didn't get to see it Saturday.

kellieanne said...

What a lovely likeness.

Leslie said...

Happy to hear that another fun "project" is behind you and that it went well!! How about those Cougars?!!

Shauna said...

You can do it all, Wendy! Awesome! And the Cougars weren't too bad either!

:) Shauna

Mel said...

Great hair-do...especially for having a hat on all day! ;) Maybe you should have bid on the $1200 bronze sculpture and have your face personalized on it!
good times...