Wednesday, August 02, 2006

it's supposed to be really really hot today. maybe i'll take chloe to the beach. it is really humid -- where you can't find any fresh air to breathe in. i was working in the studio last night, POURING sweat. i don't think i've ever just dripped like that. it was weird...i couldn't wear my glasses because when i looked down, they would fill with little pools of perspiration. so... i couldn't see anything i was doing last night. hope it turned out ok. and the resin on the knock on wood pieces are havng a hard time drying.



got a special order from etsy - thanks sue! very cool ring and it was fun to make...even tho i couldn't wear my glasses while i was working on it. ahem. oh, and my thumb isn't has horrible as i was imagining it was under the dora bandaids. i hit the left...third...? so not all of the area underneath the nail is purple and it seems like two of the three sides are hanging on. and it doesn't really hurt to put pressure on it anymore. so you know. ...

gil and i will be involved in another group show this october...!! at the union house and associated with the twin cities creative council. and gil will start teaching painting and drawing classes soon, thru the new school in kennebunk, and biddeford school system. it's good and exciting and hard to keep up with everything.

my motherinlaw, rose, sent chloe one of those crazy blue pools, which has actually been really fun to have. even got papi in it once. chloe LOVED to see us both in there for some reason. thought that was pretty funny, maybe? but it's perfect to just sit in if the beach seems like too much hassle. ok -- chloe's trying to entice me to play ponies (as in mylittleponies) so i should do that.

3 comments:

Traci, Theo & Lulu said...

We had that humidity here too a week ago. Just POURING sweat if you did any movement whatsoever. I have never experienced anything like that, ever. Hopefully it's cooler now. It is here, finally.

Traci, Theo & Lulu said...

Oh... and when I painted the kitchen, it took almost a week for it to dry.

pamela said...

let me know if your HOKE ever dies, I switched over to a SMITH. I know it's dirtier just for pure ease only one tank etc. Ive got the hoses and regualtors attached and all- maybe if you pick up a helper or something and need a spare.
-the regulators are kinda heavy