Saturday, January 18, 2014

VKL Day Two

We started the day off right: through Times Square while it was still civilized. In other words, before the hordes of tourists arrived. Because being here for almost 24 hours, I am practically a native.

My mom and I split up today. I had Franklin Habit's all-day class in color work.

This is the sign that greeted us at the start of his class and I knew we were in for a good time.

And it did not disappoint.

I managed to meet up with the always awesome Paige Sato, from Seaman's Institute's Christmas at Sea program, for a quick cup of coffee after an excellent Norah Gaughan lecture on stitch development at lunch time.

Another great action-packed day and I am saying that without any irony. The evening was my dad's Christmas gift: dinner and a comedy club night with all his kids and respective partners, no kids of our own. Like real grown-ups. And now we are off to bed. Like real grown-ups.


  1. Awesome that you were able to hear Norah Gaughan AND had a class with Franklin Habit! That's one of my goals! Sigh. Glad you are enjoying NYC?

  2. Oops. Didn't mean to leave a question mark!