Sunday, July 12, 2015

Meet the Impressionists

One of my mother's favorite sayings was that you couldn't dance at two weddings at the same time. I was reminded of that this week. I want to see "The Impressionists"" a fabulous Fathom Events film about some of my favorite painters, the Impressionists. It's a Fathom Events program, only being shown on Tuesday, July 14th. Alas, I have another event, paid for and planned for, that I have long looked forward to.

My event is limited to New York, but for friends across America, you can click on the link and have the opportunity to win tickets to what, I am sure, will be a wonderful and beautiful evening. I am so sorry I won't be able to be there, but as mother always said, "You can't dance at two weddings." Don't you wish we could!

I'm off to a couple of days at the beach -- hoping for good weather -- and then it's time for BlogHer15. It's been a busy week and this next week looks busier. I'm excited for the BlogHer activities, which you know I will be sharing with all of Buttercupland. I wish you all could join me in New York for the fun.

As ever, thanks for visiting and have a sweet Sunday!"The Impressionists"


Mevely317 said...

Oh dang ... the link must be broken.

Have a super time during your respite at the beach!
... wishing you good weather, great food and sweet companionship!

Sola Scriptura said...

I've never heard that saying, but it's great. You certainly can't dance at two weddings at the same time. The impressionists even looks fabulous, but you can only be one place at one time.
Enjoy your time at the beach!


Enjoy the beach. It restores the soul. BlogHer15 will be fun I am sure. Be sure to tell us all about it.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I'm in envy of your days at the beach. Hope the weather cooperated. Happy Monday !

BJ PUP said...

Wish I could go. I'm volunteering for Animal Haven at a concession tent at a concert.

Annesphamily said...

Hope you had great fun at the beach. I love the Impressionists! I love going to the musuem just to see some of the paintings fromt hat era. Sigh....hugs, Anne