Saturday, March 3, 2012

Space

I'm down to my last few hours that I"m getting to spend with my old studio space. 6 weeks ago I was planning a new spring seasons adventure. Now the shelves have been stripped out, the built up debris has been sorted and hauled off. I'm looking forward to a new start...


But before it all starts all over again, I want to say that after 5 years spent in this space, learning to deal with all sorts of daily adversity that comes with working clay, I've seriously bonded with my "Man-Cave" and I'm already feeling the onset of a studio version of "Home Sickness".

It's been quite a slog, but it was soooooo worth it!

So on this note I want to remind myself... I'd gladly recommend dancing with what's available today over lamenting over what you just don't have. There's simply no time for idle wishing!

Bottom line.... Shut the hell up and make "Now" happen!

12 comments:

Linda Fahey said...

I like the hand! The hand is...waving hello, waving goodbye and giving you a high-five!

it's all good...it always is.

cheers.

TropiClay Studio said...

It looks like it was a fun space, but your new space will give you a chance to experiment with a new setup! Enjoy the experiment!

cookingwithgas said...

Can I quote you on that!?
Thanks I need that today as we do some family sorting.....
and it will only get better for here on.

FetishGhost said...

Better is as better does, eh Meredith?

Troy Bungart said...

I love the bottom line!

JUDI TAVILL said...

YEAH BAYBEEEE!

Tracey Broome said...

Hell yeah!

Ron said...

Right on! Let's all get on with it and do the best we can.

Connie said...

Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes!
Time may change me
But I can't trace time

Just say Hell Ya!!

yolande clark said...

So true! Thanks for inspiring me to get out of bed, and keep at our studio reno!

Joe Troncale said...

You're the man! Great comments!
By the way, I still use your clear glaze that you published a while back. It is perfect at ^6 or ^7.
Good luck with your new digs...

Elaine Bradley said...

You totally speak the truth! Hope you wore a dust mask through all that cleaning up.