So many holidays going on at the moment. A happy Thanksgiving to those in the States - and here in Turkey, tomorrow is Kurban Bayrami - The Sacrifice Feast. I wrote a little about it here last year. Iyi Bayramlar! I hope everyone has a relaxing break.
Here are a couple of snaps from the IWI Christmas Bazaar early on in the day - I wish I had taken some more photos! We had a great day, meeting new people, catching up with friends and of course it was a thrill to sell my work to such lovely and encouraging people! A highlight was being approached to do some work with a gorgeous children's bookstore here in Istanbul! I so hope that all works out!
I think in an earlier post I mentioned about how most of my preparation involved hunting around the house for things to spray white! I was really happy with how it came together - room to improve, but not bad for a newbie I think :)
Totally unrelated, there is an interesting article from the New York Times about the Kurdish minority in Turkey - click here to have a read. Just a couple of nights ago, we saw some Kurdish music on television and Senol mentioned how amazing it is, because only 4 or so years ago you would never have been able to see something like that here. So some good progress happening here in Turkey.