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A Really Good Thing


My wet studio or actually, a little kitchenette, where I mix dyes and clean up printing and painting supplies, is now fairly neat and clean. This morning, you could not see the floor. The table was covered with stuff – some from Kerr Grabowski’s workshop from last June.


I did some purging and cleaning of this storage unit – a place I tend to pile stuff to deal with later.



My kitchen sink is white again! Bottles and containers are washed up. My brushes and other print/paint supplies are in containers on the counter.

There is nothing stopping me now – except getting the 3 x 3s put together. I will work on them tomorrow.

Thank you to Del and Linda for giving me some great drawing ideas. I will get back to that tomorrow. I was busy yesterday doing a marathon session of Constant Contact mailings for SDA reps. Jack and Mia and Miles came over for dinner last night. Stephanie was in Maine all week working with her 3191 partner, MAV. She flew home last night.

Tonight we went to the Symphony. It was a jam-packed fabulous and eclectic concert. The guest conductor is from Estonia and he has quite the amusing personality.  So it has been a busy, but lovely two days. I am a happy camper.



2 Responses to “A Really Good Thing”

  1. Judy says:

    Everything looks so spic and span! I’m very proud of you! LOL

    Can’t wait to see what Steph and Mav ‘cook up’ next! Sorry if I woke you with my text…do you use the Do Not Disturb setting on your phone and iPad? I love it!


  2. Jeannie says:

    I am envious of your wet studio. Mine is the patio, which is closed for the season. Kind of like the state parks. 🙂 I know great, inspiring art will be springing forth from the clean sink soon. Have a beautiful Sunday.