She's one creative lady, that's for sure.
I was over at Joe Donlon's desk telling him about the photo I took that got auctioned off and Tracy (who sits next to Joe) started telling me about her new crafty thing: sock animals. And glove animals, too. She was making them for an auction (at least I'm pretty sure she said that's what she was doing), anyway... today, she brought them in!
Seriously. She likes the lamb the best and I think she's onto something although they're all adorable. I'm kind of patrial to the dog, I think.
It was a busy day. I snagged some MOS ("Man On The Street".. basically quick interviews with people out and about on any given topic) on Greg Oden, and then emceed a luncheon at the Nines Hotel (helloooo, swanky) for the Daily Journal of Commerce. The luncheon was for the DJC's "Rainmaker Awards". And lo and behold, one of the finalists was a friend of mine!!
Way to go, Sarah! You rock!
Then it was off to OHSU.
And now it's off to my house.
With 5,000 pounds of carrots in my sack from the farmers market.
And can someone please tell me why the honeycomb is $10-$14 bucks?! Oh wait, I know exactly why.. because I would have gladly paid it had I not spent all my money already.
Supply and demand, baby. Supply and demand.