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Seattle Studio finally empty

Seattle Studio finally empty

If someone tells you that you have too many art supplies, for God’s sake, listen.   They are not jealous of your well stocked studio.  They are not coveting your art supplies nor questioning your expertise in multiple media.   They are not even (one hopes) plain, old ordinary mean and critical.   And while they may sound a just a tad snarky, they probably like you and mean well enough.   Probably.  My guess is that they are just afraid that you are going to ask them to help you move all that stuff from your old studio to your new one.   They’re not being  preachy, sarcastic or derogatory, they’re  just watching for that sucker punch….

The cabinet I wish I could have kept!

The cabinet I wish I could have kept!

To my surprise two of my friends actually volunteered to help me move, not counting the always pleasant Mr. T who had no choice in the matter.  But because I valued their friendship, of course I said Thanks but no, I’ve (meaning we’ve) got it covered.  What I didn’t but should have realized is that Mr. T and I have totally different moving styles.  I carefully study each item, deciding whether or not it should be kept or tossed.  He is of the “Toss it in a box, move it and decide later!” persuasion.  Between the two of us, we managed to be out of the Seattle studio at the end of January.  But, sweet heaven above, the chaos in the new studio has to be seen to be believed.

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Valentine's Day project

Valentine’s Day project

Mr. T and I spent Valentine’s Day in the new studio putting up and then painting peg board.Were we tired?  You betcha!  But not so tired that we couldn’t spend a romantic evening with a take out pizza and a bottle of red wine, dressed in our classiest  jammies in front of the tv.

 

 

 

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