Monday, September 18, 2006

On Schedule!

Coffee in the New York skyline mug, "Grand Central Station" by Mary Chapin Carpenter on iTunes, five more projects written last week, edited and sent off yesterday. That's 50% of the projects done and 15% of the Basics with 1 month and 2 weeks before the entire manuscript is due. So I'm on schedule for the week! That may not seem like much as it is only 8:30 am on Monday, but I have already ground all the little orange circles; washed, rinsed, dried, and put away all the tiniest circles of all the colors; washed, rinsed, dried, and put away all the lime green circles; finished grinding the load of platters for the Art Institute and put it in to slump.

Later today I will cut the first load of sushi sets, grind another color of circles, and grind another set of platters to slump for the Art Institute. Before then I will prepare an order to ship to a new gallery in Maryland and go to ikebana. The bulk of the day will be spent writing. I hope. Tomorrow and Wednesday are both scheduled as Joe's days--off-site writing days so I should be able to get on top of the writing due this week. I don't know what that writing is yet, but I hope to get caught up on it anyway.

Above right, another piece for the book which did not make the cut as a submission for Niche.

2 comments:

Bill Paley said...

Work!

Work harder!

Wear those fingers to the bones!

Jodi said...

Congrats on getting so much done. It's impressive that you are on schedule with so much on your plate.

Don't forget to breathe.