Last night was the big Harlequin party, and it was very glam, as always. I’m proud to say I received my 25-book pin, which I will treasure. (I’ve written a LOT more than 25 books, as most of you know, but these were for Harlequin specifically.)
Jen and I visited Pier 39 yesterday, and it was SO much fun. The shopping was merely fantastic! We had lunch at a restaurant overlooking the Bay, with a great view of Alcatraz. Saw sea lions, too, sunning themselves and taking the occasional leisurely dip.
We had our fortunes told by one of those mechanical machines, like in “Big”. What a kick! There certainly isn’t a Zoltar (or whatever his name was) in good ole Spokane!
I did not get up in the middle of the night for an art binge, as I sometimes do, but I was ready for one. Jen and I hoofed it down to a nearby art supply store yesterday, and I got some great six-by-six watercolor paper. Did a flower last night, just to unwind. As I’ve said before, an artist is someone who does art–nobody said it had to be good art!
Today, we’re heading for Fisherman’s Wharf. If possible, we’ll get on one of those tour boats and go out to Alcatraz.
I love San Francisco. It’s a great town!
So I’ll continue the blog tomorrow, so you’ll know what I’m up to.