Busy but not much to show

So it seems like I have not been doing much, but I really have. It’s just not a whole lot I can show you.
In the non creative realm I have been trying to tackle the excessive files we have accumulated in the file cabinets. I don’t think we need every phone bill from the last 20 years as well as a lot of other unnecessary paperwork.

I also have a kitchen table covered with utility bills and statements that need to go somewhere. So I bought a shredder, this thing is a shredding dynamo. I bought and returned a shredder two years ago, that overheated after only a few minutes of shredding and needed a 20 minute cool down before shredding anything else. This time I did my research and got probably more than I need, but boy does it work great.

I have also been preparing for the classes I am teaching in February, buying paints, ordering inks, dyeing fabric, copying class notes and materials and organizing samples.

And I have been working on a project that I am doing with a group of other artists. I can only show a few details for a teaser.

4 Responses to “Busy but not much to show”

  1. Cindy says:

    I know what you mean about all those papers! The nice thing with computers is that for most bills it is now possible to go on-line and save a pdf file. I save the files to my computer & shred all the bills. That way if I need to refer to something I have a copy but I don’t have all those filing cabinets full of files! It works great for bank statements too.

  2. Carol Sloan says:

    Yummy! It looks like something from one of my old nursing books! Can’t wait to see it (and you for that matter!)

  3. I have the same shredder. It is a total workhorse, I don’t know how many of its wimpy little brothers and sisters I tortured to death before I finally got that one! LOL!

  4. cindy shake says:

    thought it was only fair to share with you that your blog banner and incredibly beautiful work inspired me. so much so I had to blog about it (and I linked the post to your blog)! cruising the blog-o-sphere I came across your work, going from one artist to another, from one medium to another etc. always a fun way to spend an hour (or more!). thank you, your work is wonderful.

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