At the book signing in El Yunque, we met Jaymee Weinreich. She is an incredible artist and also writes about Puerto Rican artists, writers, etc. for a monthly free publication in Florida called “El Playero.” She requested to interview Mr. Rodriguez, Marisa and myself for an article in one of the upcoming issues of El Playero. We all met, at Mr. Rodriguez Golf Resort, El Legado, outside of Guayama, Puerto Rico. We explained how “There’s a Coqui in My Shoe!” came to life and what the journey entailed.
Thank you Jaymee for your interest in our story and we are looking forward to reading your article soon.
The three of us again, at Mr. Rodriguez Golf Resort, El Legado. What a beautiful area, even if you are not a golfer. But if you do golf, make sure that you visit El Legado Golf Resort, home of Chi Chi Rodriguez, http://www.ellegadogolfresort.com/ . Thank you Mr. and Mrs. Rodriguez for your hospitality. Thank you also Maria (Morales, Marketing Director) for everything.
sounds like you had a wonderful experience with the book.
Your website and blog are full of inspiring colors and fantastic characters.
Love the pirate on the plank, as I’m a sucker for the swashbuckling.
It was a very productive trip while at the same time it was a great little vacation.
Thank you for your comments. Coming from you I take that as a huge compliment. I love what you are doing with Toast and am completely inspired by the sculpture of Toast on your blog. It inspires me to break out my sculpy.
Happy art creating…