My crafty and mail art activities continue, although those are mostly posted on my other blog. My studio is complete chaos--even worse than usual and beginning to wear me down. When I attempt to clean and organize, something turns up that I need to try, and I get distracted, start something new, and get more paste, paint, thread, and fabric all over me and my work area.
One current obsession is making small collages and collaged tags, but collage is a technique that seems to be impossible to keep corralled. If I worked on only one project at a time maybe it wouldn't be so bad, but I rarely work on only one thing at a time. Every work surface is covered with stuff for different projects--even my ironing board has become a work surface.
When the world seems to be going to hell in a hand-basket, it helps to look at the positives.
I'm watching the Dakota Pipeline stories with interest...and hope.
Another hopeful development is a possible new treatment for AD. Too late for Terry Pratchett and my father, but may be a saving grace for many others.
A study suggesting that "... men do not enjoy the debauchery or the “extreme shaming, humiliation, and deviance” that are part and parcel of most modern stag dos." Another example of the way peer pressure can go wrong and this can be an element for women, too.
Girl Power! (gallery)
God, I love these girls!
That's all, folks