this has been a week of working for myself, making my own schedule, feeling genuinely productive, and developing-the-crap out of my business. after consulting the people closest to me, and also one "reliable" banker, i've decided that unless i take a chance on income stability, i can't go where i want to go with nodd and the kids that make it worth creating.
that's why (ironically) after august, i've decided to take a "sabbatical" from teaching preschool to focus on realizing my goal of running an open community art studio.
all i can do is work, stay busy, take care of myself, love, work, connect with people, love, work, love, and work some more.
and in between, i'll stop to take in waves and breezes on the beach to keep me lifted.
if you've never been to the sculpture garden at the bridgeport art center:go there. bring a cup of coffee and a book on a nice day. it's a beautiful space.
this festival was a smash hit for everyone involved (from my perspective, anyway). the bridgeport art center brought together some stellar artists and vendors--great quesadillas, coffee, and crepes, and i hear the beer was pretty swell.
i had a bunch of kids fiddling with clay at my table, made some great connections, sold and swapped, and even bought a few pieces from some wicked-talented folks.
and then, out of the blue and into the sunset, the day ended with friend-fantasticos, peg and tor, nachos, buddhas, and froyo.
thank you, today..
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