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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

cats and dogs

Rain woke me up last night and since I was exhausted when I went to sleep, it must have a real good storm. The water aerobics class really makes it easy to just drift off as soon as my wet hair hits the pillow. The good kind of exercise.

I made another list of what I have to get done. I was feeling a little frantic. Good thing I looked at my priorities as I now realize I have to finish the entry by this Saturday and deliver it as the due date is coming and the collection point is across town and I won't be making that drive after work.

At work, I'm doing fill in stuff waiting for the other shoe to drop on a project on a short string. Hurry up and wait. It's good to get the mundane out of the way, but it's a bit hard to concentrate when others are racing madly around trying to finish their part and I can't really help. I put together a tall glass shelved tower to put the boss's orchids and violets near the warmest window in the office. It looks great and I know the orchids are gonna love it. When they bloom, we switch them out in the front office. I always have orchids to look at. I should sketch some sometime....

Going out now to pick some more sugar snap peas.


Diane! I'm commenting here because I couldn't find your email address... but thanks for your comments about putting pictures into straight perspective...I don't have that Corel software, but I'll hunt around the software I do have. I didn't even know there was something like that! (Maybe that's how all the other quilters get such nice straight shots of their quilts, no matter how big they are!) I've loved poking around your blog! I'm a former book artist ... I used to teach book arts so I especially loved looking at your pictures! Stunning books! I'm eager to see what you do with your altered book of Simon & Garfunkel lyrics!!!


Posted by: Diane | Tuesday, March 27, 2007