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... travelling tomorrow. But if it did, it just means a prolonged adventure and an even longer goodbye!
More later after the researchers lunch and perhaps when I am back at the house. I'd say its time to pack, but I have been far too organised and have finished the majority of my packing. I even have a list of the things that I need to finish / sort before I leave! Who is this organised person and what has she done with Jo?
... the more time to blog. So more about yesterday. We had another researchers lunch. I had a great chat with my archivist, Meg Hogan, and also with the lady I was telling you about, Pat Rosenfield (she had forgotten my name too, so all was well!). She was telling me of some amazing contacts that I could make and perhaps interview for my thesis. Which would just be incredibly amazing!
As I left the ...
... that I'm not quite sure of how to prepare for. Sometimes, I start to get worried about all of the unknowables. Often, I have to remind myself that I picked this company and this country because I wanted to challenge myself to go outside my comfort zone.
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On Wednesday, 6 November I helped to create a new Guinness World Record! It all started with an e-mail from Brooklyn Art Space (BAS) asking if anyone was interested in helping an artist create the largest marshmallow mosaic on record (and also getting paid). I thought it was too much of a unique New York experience to pass up the opportunity! When I arrived at 9am I recognised Kristen, Dani and Abbi from BAS, and met Laura who works at a print workshop. Andy, the artist, was ...
... Once again I checked my diary and found that I had no pressing engagements so I graciously accepted Michael’s kind offer.
Backstage was small, but backstage. Michael kindly introduced me to GP and the band. They all said nice things about my trip halfway around the word to see them, finding out I am attending nine shows in a row they possibly think I am a bit nutty. I probably am.
Needless to say I had a great time. I had no expectations or plans (check ...