Wednesday, January 1, 2014

12/29 and 12/30

Sunday (12/29)

1. Studio time; the joy of new work, new ideas. Wanting to get to the studio to work. Feeling engaged and quietly happy.

2. Dinner with Dave and my brother. Spending time with people I love.

3. Finding out that hibiscus tea might help with my blood pressure. Finding out that I like hibiscus tea!

Monday 12/30

1. Studio time and the joy of new work.

2. Spending the day with David, having lunch and dinner together. Chatting about interesting things.

3. Rebel donuts cake donuts and a decaf latte. YUM

Tuesday

1. Therapy Thursday was Therapy Tuesday this week. Finishing up the first EMDR.

2. Studio time and new work.

3. Beets! Beets! Beets! Beet salad for dinner. YUM

Friday, December 27, 2013

3Things (12/26)

1. Therapy Thursday--my first experience with EMDR

2. Studio Time: Making new work (a cell?) out of Annie's Mix, making a mess

3. Chocolate covered fig. YUM

Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Three Things (12/25/13)

1. Sleeping away Christmas day. Sleeping until almost 3 in the afternoon.

2. Studio time. Glazing. Facing down indecision.

3. Sharing a candy cane with Dave. Our christmas day indulgence.

Three Things (for 12/24/13)

1. Having Christmas dinner with my mother, Rudy, and Dave.

2. Driving around to look at the luminarias and Christmas lights; mono-no-aware.

3. Snuggling with the cats near the heater.

Also:

Body things:

Good: Thinking about what makes me feel good, physically--long showers, putting on makeup, foot massages

Bad: Recently--feeling too full after eating too much, toothaches, back pains, feeling the HBP feelings

Sunday, February 19, 2012

Sewing

Things I'd like to try:
This wallet from Confessions of a Fabricaholic.

Places to go on the web:
Love sewing mag

Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Same Time Next Year

It's been over a year since I updated my little crafty blog. Why? I suppose it's because I started incorporating crafty stuff into my regular/personal blog. And also because my non-clay craftiness has been at a veritable standstill for the last year (!).

Should I delete this journal? Continue to let it limp along with a yearly update? Update it with clay entries cross-posted to my personal journal?

Well.

Monday, December 6, 2010

Monday Morning You Sure Look Fine

Selfed
I am still here. I still exist.

It's the end of the semester and thankfully I am only taking one class, because even with just that one class, I've been feeling pretty under the gun recently.

I'm here in the lab this morning, having a cup of coffee and printing out the paper that's due by noon. I actually finished it yesterday--which may or may not be a first for me in terms of term papers--and I got a full night's sleep which sounds like a good thing only I was being chased by a zombie all around my dreams. (He was a scary twenty-something zombie, but in the end, when he was attacked by a larger, scarier zombie, I kinda felt a little sorry for him.) So it wasn't a particularly restful full night of sleep, is what I'm trying to say.

I haven't written a blog entry in about a week and I feel rusty.

Also, my ear is stuffed up and hurty and I'm afraid I have some kind of ear infection. I probably should go over to the student health center and have a doctor look at it.

Let's see what else?

The car went to the shop this morning. It's been spewing some evil smelling, brain cell killing fumes into the interior whenever we drive it for longer than fifteen minutes or so. So that's a good thing, I guess.

And I got a lot of my Christmas shopping done at the arts and crafts show that was being held in the student union building last week. So that's good. Supplemented with some of our own pottery, I think we might be almost completely finished with Christmas shopping.

Christmas seems so far away, and yet, it's only, like 19 days from now. Right?

So you're wondering what my paper was about, aren't you?

Well, it was the final write-up of the tobacco experiments I did in botany this semester. I worked with three other people (although by using the verb "worked," I don't mean to give you the impression that they did anything except stay out of my way and weasel out of doing even the simplest tasks). Grrr.

So it's Monday. I'm going to make it through the day at least. That's something.