Famous Folks

Posted: January 17, 2014 in People
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We live in possibly the coolest of all the cool neighborhoods inside the “loop” in Houston. Beside the neighborliness of its inhabitants, we have some famous people living here.

space men

We have an astronaut, the one farthest to the right. Koichi Wakata helped with the countdown to 2014 in Time’s square, from the space station.

 

paper dresses

We also have Joan Son, an international star in the artful business of folding paper. She will be having an exhibit at the Jung Center by the Houston Museum of Fine Art in April.

The exhibit is called “Time Travelers”. It features human-being-size paper dresses made in the likenesses of the paper dresses she designed when she was a child. She uses the quote from Carl Jung, “What did you do as a child that made the hours go like minutes? Herein lies the key to your earthy pursuits.”

I followed up with the challenge of trying to figure out what I did as a child that defines who I am now. See my answer on my post of Jan 16 at http://www.rebeccanolen.com. I am the author of The Dry (by Rebecca Nolen) and Deadly Thyme (by R.L. Nolen).

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