Monday, January 25, 2010

re: Vintage Across Indiana Episode 1307

New work for the Upcoming show at AV Framing Gallery First Friday in February.
Okay Okay Okay.....back in 2002 I was on a PBS special along with Norman Bridwell and Bill Blass (both Hoosiers) and they have re-run it several times since it first aired 7 almost 8 years ago.....But, this week it has been playing and I have been hearing from a lot of people that they have seen it. Frist of all I am 7-8 years younger and smaller and I no longer make the work that they featured. I have evolved and moved on to my new work. So if you have stumbled on this blog this is what I have become and thank you for taking a looksie. Feel free to leave a comment.
I have decided to take this time to share a love story since we are coming upon Feb. which is the month of LOVE. I have been married 6.5 years to Mr. Angleton and the love story starts on 11/23/2002 just 5 days after my episode aired. We met online and were chatting but had not met....I told him this was coming on and he tuned in....he knew way more about me including the fact that I talk out of one side of my mouth when I am nervous. Our first meeting was at Borders bookstore and he was sooooo SHY and I had to pull every word out of him...3 dates later me told a joke and made me laugh and 6 months later we got married. So when I think of this little show on PBS it reminds me of how things all came together with Ed and I. He also thought it was kinda cool that I was on TV little did he know he would have his five minutes of FAME when he was on Jeopardy for 3 episodes!!!!

4 comments:

Candice Hartsough McDonald said...

aw, this post made me smile. so cute. :) cute shy ed.

Heather said...

awww, what a sweet story! its so funny because Will and I also had our first date at Borders. I wish I had seen this documentary! Let me know when it comes on again...

So, what craft are ya wanting to learn after your show? lol...

Retro Cafe' Art Gallery said...

So sweet! I met Chris online too :). Yay for the net!
xoxo,
Kristin

Lori McDonough said...

I love that story. So sweet! I really wanted to make it to your opening...thanks to the incoming snow, i've got a house full. :-( Lunch or breakfast soon? miss you!