What to do, what to do…
What do you do when you’ve had to cancel your haircut with Tom and your next appointment isn’t until April 1–oh fool, I. Hope for a cancellation or turn your mop into a DIY project? And what do you do when you can’t find that miniature origami book — or any of the origami you did last summer? You put on your tiara, plug in your Zen Serenity CD and start purging files to make room for the stuff you really use, you really need and want, and get rid of patterns etc. that you will never make. There is only so much time in one day, even for an insomniac, and only so many years left for someone closer to 70 than 65. Does this make me old or just:
My sister Molly made that for me!
I thought I was truly doomed when my entired post disappeared–thank you wordpress for auto-saving. So, as of now, I have freed up 5-inches in one file drawer and of course filled it back up with cardstock, origami instructions and origami paper. So why does my studio still look like a disaster area? That’s just the way it is today. This is my shocked face:
You too can make spontaneous art–just let your paint dots dry and carefully scrape them up with a metal spatula .
Yesterday I adhered my cover to the top of my mailing box with Liquitex Gloss Medium and Varnish and weighted it down overnight. I could free up about 10-inches on my bookshelf but my dictionary, Roget’s and writer’s usage tomes are great for weighing things down.
So that’s it for the day. Hope it’s been a good one for you. If not, there’s always tomorrow. Remember to set your clocks ahead or you’ll be getting up too early–or will it be too late?