Mostly True Memoirs
In Santa Fe, we visited the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum.
Bob was not at all thrilled.
One hour of culture won’t kill him.
Or maybe it will, but I was willing to risk it.
It turns out, though, that you need a reservation to get in.
We didn’t have a reservation.
Bob tried very hard not to show his glee.
However, the museum lady said that they often have space for extra people.
I was only third in line, and she was sure she could squeeze me in.
Bob didn’t want to take a spot from someone who really did want to go.
So he took off for a coffee shop while I toured the museum.
We both ended up having a great time.
Georgia O’Keeffe was not only an amazing artist, she was also a very inspiring person.
“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way – things I had no words for,” is a quote that resonates with me.
Bob got out of going to the museum, but he didn’t get out of listening to me talk about it.
Although he probably wasn’t listening to me either.
If you ever get to Santa Fe, you’ve got to check out the Georgia O’Keeffe museum.