"Oh, no, I cain't go on..."
She figured she'd need a double shot of vodka when she got back to her now feral family. I offered her permanent residency in my guest room. She's thinking about it.
She said she'd go blind and crazy doing all the bead work on this collar and had mad respect for the woman who made it, yo. She declined to try it on, claiming it was too big for her to pull off.
I thought she would look terrific in one of these hats, but she didn't want to muss her hair.
Poor FAB - all that art was wearing her out...so she took a little cat nap while we ordered lunch from a local restaurant.
She met TBF's partner in crime, The Other Bad Fairy, and they were immediate friends.
Isn't TOBF too freakin' cute??
I showed her one of my favorite displays to play with.
She played a few of them to test their sound. I bet you didn't know FAB can play flute beautifully!
FAB is all about being helpful, so when lunch was ready she offered to help go pick it up.
FAB has a good heart (plus it's all shiny and pink) and bought a couple of chocolate bars to help support the local high school. She doesn't even like chocolate - she shared it with me and Mum.
All she ate for lunch was french fries - I don't know how she keeps her figure!!
Lunch over, she wanted to check her e-mail and look at comments on her blog. I lent her Bob the Wonder Computer.
While she did that, I got busy working on my next project - I punched out leaves for an autumn tree using scraps of paper and a metal punch. I had them raked into a nice little pile on the table. FAB caught sight of it and had to run and jump into the pile.
Because they don't have leaf piles in Chicago.
We tidied up my workspace and left a little while later - FAB was worn slap out and wanted nothing more than a stiff drink and a place to rest her weary head.
I had other plans...
Here ends FAB's day at the GHCA. Stay tuned for more adventures...you never know where she'll show up next!!