So that my friends marks the end of September. Chicken Little has survived his first 4 weeks of Day Care, and seems to have adjusted well enough. After much stress and concern on my part, I’ve found a place for Chicken Little that I’m very happy with. A lovely lady who has her own two children, and has chosen to take on 2 additional children. All in all she finds her days filled with 4 small children 3 and under… she showers them with love and Chicken Little has even come home with his very first art project.
My art projects have been stymied by the presence of a uniformly beige cubicle wherein I spend some 40 odd hours a week toiling away with visions of shrimp and candle fish floating in my head. I have however recently finished the 3rd painting towards my Dutch Lullaby project. All in all I hope to complete 15-20 paintings to complete a my children’s book project.
Here is a sneak peek at a recent image for this book:
I’m also in full swing, making preparations for the local craft fair which takes place in mid-November. (You will stop by won’t you?) I’m looking forward to it, as I will be showcasing some new stuff…
But as if I were not busy enough I have decided to take on a NEW craft. Felting. I’ve ordered some supplies, and raided the local thrift shop. I’m going to start with Dryer Balls. You read that right… felted wool dryer balls… the purpose of which is to… Shorten drying time… Reduce static…, Soften and fluff your laundry gently, Use in place of dryer sheets and liquid fabric softener and besides if they are ugly - who cares because they will be living in the dryer. Of course if I manage to master the basics of dryer balls I do seriously want to try to make Christmas ornaments… including pumpkins, strawberries, and other mostly round things. While at the same time trying to keep my house from smelling like a wet sheep.
I can not ever imagine being bored. I can not ever imagine having enough time to do all the things I want to do.
Nobody is bored when he is trying to make something that is beautiful, or to discover something that is true. ~william Inge