Anyway, the massage was nice...complete with Enya's Sail Away playing in the background. Made me laugh. I moved onto a pedicure and was tucked in a little corner of the salon with a lovely view of the Greek islands we were passing by. Pulled out my book and pencils for a little work while enjoying a little toe pampering. My feet were delighted to be out of boots! I got some Cobb Hill boots especially for this trip and they have been fantastic. Would highly recommend them.
I took a screenshot from my phone to show exactly where we were while I was sitting there. So neat to be out in the middle of all that blue.
Inspired by that blue all around us, I did a quick little mermaid while having coffee. I slept for a few hours and then got a beer...headache finally went away. I used my new Epic Pen that Jane recommends. One of my new art buds from Paris, Kristina, who is also a champion art supply hoarder/collector, had an extra pen and let me have it. Thank you!! A funny story on these pens...Jane is a professional artist and her endorsement of supplies means they are generally going to be amazing. So, she adores these carbon ink fountain pens--Epic Pens--and talks about them frequently in lessons and social media. We had a great laugh when she told us about a hashtag gone awry on a tweet she put out a while ago: "Can't wait for the weekend! #epicpenisawesome" See it? haaaaaaaaa
B and I got a little dressed up for dinner. Okay, she got dressed up wonderfully and I put on something less wrinked than usual. haaaaa We tried out the Asian restaurant, Ikumi, and had a wonderful dinner. Our server, Johnlee, took great care of us.
As I enjoyed every delectable sodium-drenched bite, I could only image the eye bags that lovely salt would cause in the morning! I wasn't disappointed. I'll spare you the pic of that prettiness!