Whenever I made an impulsive purchase my mother would quip "Girl, they saw you coming". I picked up the few supplies I needed for the calligraphy workshop at Artists and Craftsman Supply and right beside the cash register were these...
now, I've never made an artist trading card in my life...even for me who likes small, I've always considered them too small for me to make. To my credit I did place 3 more back in their slots opting to try just these. My thought was with the calligraphy workshop working on paper, who knows, I might just do something with them soon as opposed to later. It doesn't take much for me to become excited when its fiber related. Last night at LAFTA meeting there was a show and tell with altered books (hey, I've been down that road and loved it) and I was getting that all too warm and fuzzy feeling thinking I need to jumpstart my altered book making...and then another artist showed her hand made dolls in cloth and my stomach was on fire (because yeah, I wanted to at least try that once too). And then several showed their hand felting work and my ears started to wiggle. But I busted on my own bubble remembering the purse I was crocheting last winter that I was going to felt which is still laying in the basket by the comfy chair where I placed it in April (nearly finished, hey, I get points for that!) and just resigned myself to thinking admiring and getting energized from the work of others is enough (for now).
On the radio shows I was trying to find...NPR.org has recordings of the Studs Terkel show available!!!! So I'm good to go with that. I still need to write the letter to Guy Davis for Ossie's and Ruby's show.
My brother has a reception tonight for another show in Lexington that I'll be going to this evening. I'll take the camera for some photos in a few days!