Yesterday I had to both cancel my meeting to go over new BMAC designs with Elaine and Bill in Commerce at 8:30 am and beg Lori to take my 4:30 glass date as I was just too sick. I've been up for half an hour now sitting on the couch with the aforementioned afghan and cat, and I'm just about ready to go back to bad to sleep some more. Thank heavens I don't have to teach today--nothing for me a kiln-forming glass date tomorrow afternoon.
But back to the writing thing. I keep going back and forth between first person plural (we) and third person singular (it and Brenda). Why, you might ask, if they're so short, don't I just write one of each and see which I like better? Because that's not the way writer's block works! There must be angst and a total inability to write anything. The words just don't flow beyond "Siyeh Glass is an intimate urban studio in the heart of the East Lake Neighborhood of Atlanta." That's 17 words. Hmmm. Maybe this isn't so hard after all. That one sentence is almost 20% of my text. And as easily as that, my block is broken!
Siyeh Glass is an intimate urban studio in the heart of the East Lake neighborhood of Atlanta opened in 2008 by Brenda Griffith, glass artist and author of “A Beginner’s Guide to Kiln-formed Glass”. We offer small classes, private lessons, and “glass dates” in kiln-forming, glass blowing, glass casting, and torchwork. We also have a full range of equipment available for use on your own projects in Open Studio. As a Bullseye Kiln Glass Resource Center, a Delphi Elite Dealer, and an Olympic Kilns authorized distributor, we carry all the tools and materials you need to work with hot glass.
I knew this blogging thing was good for something! Back to bed...