I keep hoping everything is in the kind of shape it needs to be in for tomorrow's festival. I know there must be something I'm forgetting. There usually is. But except for the fact that I have about a jillion pendants clay pieces that will not be seen tomorrow because I've naturally run out of the time it would take to make those jewelry designs in time for setup, I'm still happy with what I have. It's so much fun, seeing what I'm going to come up with next. Even I don't know when I sit down to make a new design.
I brought tools and supplies from storage for creating this new thing I'm going to do at my booth, and now I have even more stuff here at Jan's house. And in the trunk of my car. Hopefully I'm not delusional in thinking I can whip it all into shape on Monday after this is all over with, and I can clean it up without too much effort. I'm usually very much delusional so I'll just try not to think of that right now.
Meanwhile the computer is still giving me fits. As some people say. I have to hold out a few more days then I'll probably have to just devote a couple of days to doing a full-fledged reconfiguration. What a shame. And a horrid waste of time, too, is how it feels, but good computer mental health goes far. Hopefully I've learned my lesson this time about keeping things a little more organized and paying closer attention. I'm still not 100% certain what I've done but suspect it's a handful of little things added up. And I'm supposed to be one of the people who knows better, y'know?
I haven't got time for that right now. It's time to go shower to take a nice refreshing break (also I'm going to Sarah's party to-do and can't exactly go like this,) then it's back downstairs for a bit more drilling (booth stuff, not jewelry) then more new pieces.
Wonder if people will like these designs as much as I do? It matters, if I'm hoping to sell them. And I am. So it matters.
Wouldn't it be cool if you could just make art for the joy of making art?