Just in case you missed it, you can click on the “Join in the Fun” tab up top and download your very own coloring sheet….with me! It’s loads of fun and it definitely takes a long time to color…perfect for a rainy, sunny, windy, snowy, cloudy or hot day.
I wanted to share what I’ve been working on for so long! I had a chance to work with a lot of my friends on the a short film. We got our cameras and lights and filmed a movie. And then we even showed it to tons of folks right here in Atlanta, GA at the Center for Puppetry Arts! Hopefully we’ll get to film even more!
I recently took a very short trip all the way to Florida! I traveled to St. Augustine, an amazing city right by the water! I love the water…but not actually getting in the water, unless it’s bath time. In St. Augustine, I visited the OLDEST and FIRST Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum…or Odditorium (I don’t know what that word means). This museum has over 800 exhibits and weird artifacts (artifacts are very old things made by people). I loved taking pictures of all the different things…but truthfully, it got kinda creepy in there. Have a look yourself!
There was a hand carved house outside the museum…that’s a lot of whittling!
This entire clock was made out of clothespins…all of his clothes are on the floor now
A cathedral made of match sticks, there’s even a hunchback in the bell tower.
This hallway made me a little nervous…
…I wish to be a pinball wizard…but I don’t want to live in a box, like you.
Taking a break from the museum is always great…I’m a pinball wizard!
This dress is always up to date…cause it’s made out of newspapers.
A wax statue of Robert Wadlow…he was 8 feet and 11 inches tall!
I am hard at work, doing all sorts of cool things! I will be sure to share all of my adventures and pictures when I get back! In the meantime, I will leave some music for you to enjoy and sing-a-long to..
If you haven’t watched my video post, then you missed all the cool sites and sounds from my trip to New Orleans, Louisiana! New Orleans is a great city, full of music and food and fun people…I had a blast. This city never sleeps…but I do, and I got to sleep in a cool hotel every night right next to the Superdome (that’s where the football teams play). I also got to wake up every morning to delicious Beignets…they are like donuts and they are sooooo good! The music in New Orleans is wonderful, there are so many talented musicians from the great Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, even the people we saw playing their instruments on the street! Okay, I’m getting long winded, just enjoy my pictures and stay tuned.
There are so many great shops around. And they’re just as cool inside as out
…you’re in my shot!
Hiding from the rain inside a cool museum is always a good idea
Trolleys are everywhere in New Orleans…what a great way to get around.
Don’t worry I didn’t buy anything….yet
Po’boys!!! So tasty…my mouth is watering.
…that’s almost my name! One too many T’s
Check out this amazing costume from the Mardi Gras museum
I seem to run into cat friends everywhere
Great music is always around in New Orleans!
…now you’re in my shot!
Red beans and rice…and sausage…yummmm
Jazz is one of my favorite kinds of music.
That’s Joan of Arc! It was a gift from France…they like giving gifts
I don’t know what all the fuss is with Bourbon Street…what happens there?!