Well, all good things must come to an end and we bid a fond farewell to The Sonoma International Film Festival on Sunday night.
I finally came down off of my high heels and into sandals, as the Festival Jury met at Saddles for the Judges Brunch..Judgement Day!
When they say Saddles at this place, they're not kidding, as you can see from the decor.
After tucking into a lovely brunch of eggs Benedict, cereals, pastries, sausage, yogurt..you name it we settled down to argue out the prize winners of the films we'd seen.
That night we assembled at The Backlot Big White Tent for food, wine, music and awards.
It seemed like every film fan in town had turned out for the festivities, and I mean every film fan.
The Hirosaki Players Best Dramatic Short.
Below, the happy filmmakers director Jeff Sousa (right) and his editor Micheal Louis Hill.
For now, the Big Tent has been folded up and taken away, the Fimmakers have gone home or on to other festivals, Harvey has rolled his donut truck back up the road to Glen Ellen and for us, it's back to real life, finishing the project we're working on and cooking more Indian food.