back: Sarah B, Cat, Jill, Dawn Marie, Sue; middle: Christine, Lupe, Lisa, Pamela, Sarah J; front: Cindy
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Thursday, July 22, 2010
It's a bird! It's a plane! It's a whole flock???
If you are a woman, and even the slightest bit self employed, you really ought to join us on Mondays at 1:00 at Mystic Journey. Superhero capes are optional...but really fun!
We did the Bar-B-Q Days Parade as "Women in Business, Everyday Superheroes". That's Lupe Fonseca as the "Goddess of Glam", who did the entire parade in silver heels, Dawn-Marie (Quinche) deLara as "Splash" the ninja painter, and Sarah Bran de Leon as "Captain Subconscious". Not all the members were able to participate, but we rounded out the numbers with three of my art students.
Sarah's daughter Kadence, above, with us, chose to be "Heart Girl, bringing love to places where there isn't any." Faith, pictured below, donned her cape and, as the quietest of the three, the fitting persona of "Peace Girl". Jensen's picture got deleted, but we'll get the adorable "Art Girl" posted on here, as soon as possible.
Choosing superhero names can be quite a process. However, when we googled "painter", we discovered that in the mid 1700's painter meant panther, which in America was actually referring to our native wildcats, cougars. It wasn't a big leap from Slash to Splash! Playing superhero is really fun, but...
I have just one question...how in blazes is a superhero supposed to get her zipper down to pee with fingernails this long???