The sunrise this morning looked like fire, with a little flaming fish of a spaceship flying out of it. Orange and blue, always a winner.
It rained on and off again all night, and this morning the air is soft, and cooler, and half of what I can see is loaded with birds.
I’m not getting the kind of sleep that I like, and it isn’t for any other reason than that my head is so busy with Doing all day that it doesn’t have any time for Wondering, or Sorting, and so between dreams I examine, and file, and wonder. Luckily I’m not a worrier; I don’t churn my brain like a washer with no clothes in it. There is just a lot in there to go through, my life experience is starting to pile up in the corners.
It will be good to be next to Bill soon- I find him extremely relaxing.
There is much to say, and I could tell you about many things, including our Test Triangle Session at The Bead Place, in Fairview Heights, Illinois, the night of Friday, September 2. If you are local, and proficient in peyote stitch, come on by. We are test beading some of our triangle components and rings.
Also, I might remind you that Mary Hettsmanperger and I are scheduled to team-teach an amazing class for Wired Designs in San Antonio, Texas, December 1-3.
Pieces by Mary Hettsmanperger (left) and me (right)
In fact, it’s quite important that I remind you of this one, because it’s time to buy plane tickets, and we need a few more students in the session to be sure it’s a go. Mary Hetts! We’ve never worked together before, and we’re both so busy. It would be a shame if the session didn’t fill just because we are all too busy to promote it. So Texas folk: sign up!
I don’t have a Houston gig scheduled next to this one, only because I was too busy to set one up. Besides, the studios at Wired are perfect for anything we want to make, and this one will be VERY mixed media. So hopefully those of you in Houston can make the trip.