Wednesday, July 20, 2011
My, we've been busy.
I finally have some room to breathe.
I got myself a large format scanner so I can start importing my pages from the new Boston Marathon Comic, which is super exciting. We are on track to debut it at APE this year.
You comic book nerds out there know it's San Diego Comic Con this week out in sunny California.
We did the Stowe 8 miler this weekend up in northern Vermont. Many of the Slow Motion to the Ocean (SMO) girls were there. For those of you traveling in Greece right now, and the others that couldn't make it here are some photos of the weekend.
Race started at 9am and it was already 90 degrees.
Beth showed me how to stretch it out.
She called this one the Traffic Stopper:
Katie and I did the race-walk together. It was my first time ever walking a race. Katie kind of speed-walks which is much faster than I am comfortable striding but slower than I can comfortable jogging. It ended up that I did a few of the miles jogging backwards since at that speed we were pretty evenly matched.
The house was awesome. Big Meghan and I arrived late (10ish?) and half the ladies were already in bikinis in the hot tub (AH-mazing!) SO after scarfing down some homemade turkey chili (probably organic) and made-from-scratch cornbread I made myself a large tequila-limeade and slid into the tub.
We bubbled the night away naming ladies we would bang from Hollywood (The Nerd Queen Natalie Portman was of course on my list). Mila Kunis made an appearance, the character Idgie Threadgood (sp?) from Fried green Tomatoes was Beth's first ever girl crush, Kelly has a thing for Rubinoe, that Women's Soccer player? Meghan's was Ariel from the Little Mermaid (Red heads? REALLY? What is it with girls named Meg and red heads?!). We had so much fun.
NO you may not see the pictures.
We hung around, flexed:
Cooked, drank, went to the beach. I have never in my life been so unprepared for the beach as I was this weekend. Probably because it was a lake, not a real beach, and probably beacuse I was in 'off-duty' mode, but whatever it was - IT WON'T HAPPEN AGAIN!
We had no sandwiches, no ice, no cooler! no chairs, no books... it was bad.
But the race was fun.
And the weekend was amazing.
So here we are back again, making some comics and sipping Iced Teas.
Watch out guys it's going to be 106 today!
Good thing the Neen made homemade blueberry muffins this morning while it was still sort of cool out.