eating cold, leftover brussels sprouts.
They were delicious, the sprouts, and will still be delicious at lunch time,
but right now it is 10 AM and I've already had breakfast.
which means between now and then
everything on my to do list will have to be done.
including the 13 Rough Copy pieces --
quite a pile, and I am excited to see them there
for I love these works.
Indeed, I have a lot of confidence in them
and it is great for them to get out into the world --
some, perhaps, even to head off to new homes afterward.
It all seemed a bit of a muddle.
This part of the list, at least, is clear:
--place to stay in La Conner -- check
--all tapestries ready to hang -- check
-- and in my possession--(almost)
--oil change for the car-- (tomorrow)
--Tapestries pressed, labeled, wrapped -- (too soon)
I do have several weeks before I leave after all.
since I'm simultaneously preparing for the second, overlapping show
at the Latimer Quilt and Textile Center in Tillamook, OR in July.
And for that one, things are less clear.
--list of works (??)
--work complete (??)
--ready to hang (oh yea-- that. No idea)
--title of works (nope)
--artist statement (huh?)
--time to panic (plenty -- but I don't want to as making the stuff it is still too interesting)
I do suddenly remember what I'm supposed to do today --
Write a blog post about the delights of the textile life.
EEK. And all I've done is whine.
But I can check it off the list!
I feel better already.