I’ve reached that time of the school year when I can’t sleep at night. Especially Sunday nights. Or it’s the damn hot flashes, because they’re back with a vengeance. Could just be that it’s been warm lately. Hard to say. Seems to be stress on some level though. I do all the things you’re supposed to do to alleviate that, but it’s not even enough right now. The quilt got done in time; that was good. I’m not done with grading, but I got a chunk of stuff done this weekend…not a big chunk, but a chunk. I do have a ton of meetings this week, so that will make getting more done a challenge, but it’s a challenge I’ll have to meet. No choice for that.
Even the puppy is cranky right now.
We’ll get over it. In about 9 school days.
So the opening of Indoor/Outdoor was Saturday night. Here’s my favorite wall…with Asa Kvissberg’s Girl in a Suit I, II, and III, my Bigger in the Outside, Helen Redman’s Monster Mama, Moya Devine’s Summer and Rootbeer and Snake Charmer, and Cindy Zimmerman’s Oklahoma Girl in California World…all the colors and shapes seemed to rock together.
I’ll post the rest of the show later this week. It runs through July 2 at the Athenaeum in Barrio Logan. My shirt matched my quilt…not on purpose.
This is Phil, waxing poetic about a stick.
Selfie with my art and a stick. At least we amuse each other.
That cleaning thing. This table. It’s driving me nuts. But I don’t have time to deal with it. This is me trying to calendar the week.
I think I got it sort of under control. Ha! Never say that. The universe hears you and comes after you.
This succulent has never bloomed. This year, it did. And wildly.
There will be more!
Too many dogs. We had a morning respite and then they were all back and in my personal space.
I like dogs. It’s OK. Except when it’s hot. It’s not super hot here, but I seem to be running up the temperatures with my own body. Ugh.
I drew this thing that stuck in my head the other day.
I’m going to draw a simpler version of it for an embroidery pattern, I think. MUCH simpler.
I didn’t sleep well. Ugh. It’ll be fine. I’m just going to be tired until late June. Then maybe I won’t be. We’ll see.
Someone I know visited my show in Pittsburgh and took this picture to show me the subway station…so all these people walk past them every day.
I hope some of them stop and look.
I got the first email from a student this morning begging for extra credit. Ye who did not do your missing work? Oh hellz no.
OK week. You can’t get me. I’m ducking and weaving.