Tuesday, Feb 23rd, 2010 -- A day that begins on a scattered note ends with the focus and concentration that you need. But even if you are able to accomplish a lot by eliminating some of the excess distractions, you still might not be able to find enough peace to fully realize your dreams. Try to avoid making a final judgment about the value of your work now. Just keep showing up and doing the best you can. Fortunately, you should have a more positive perspective within a few days.
Today began on a scattered note, indeed. I knew I had to go to the studio but had no clue what I was going to work on since I have several large projects I should be working on. (don't you hate that word "should"?)
I got to the studio after having stopped to buy some of that brown rice green tea and brewed some right away while I cleaned up a little bit and took a deep breath. I stuck the project in process on the wall, finished adding to the length, and got to work on the next step. I was working on three different things at one time and it felt sooo good. But at 2:00, sleet and freezing rain made me think I had better leave for home before the roads iced up. I continued to work on one thing and have been at it all evening.
Jessica's father came home today from Fla. for a few days to meet Miss Emma and has kindly offered me a ride to Brooklyn tomorrow. It will be a luxury to have someone else drive.
I may start to like the color pink!