Because it is 97,000,000 degress F here which is 450,000,000 C. I will take February anytime. So I can't think very well. It was 95 F in the studio this morning with the AC. I was only up there for an hour when the sweat began to run into my eyeballs and sting.
Iced coffee, ice cubes, fans, misters, double doses of deoderant and I still stink. But here is something: a before and not-exactly-after-but-more-in-the-middle
and the almost finished bit. This class is up on Little Bird, NYC, scheduled for Nov 23. you can see more here and I'll get to a full post on this class and Beyond the Background at The Ink Pad, here, next week.
Some of the stitching was done while waiting with Aunt Betty at Will's Eye Hospital's ER on Monday. She went in for what we thought was a broken blood vessel with a ton of bleeding and wound up having surgery and spending the night. She is fine now. Everything you've heard about Will's Eye (if you're in Philly) is true. The docs and nurses are way beyond the best, and extremely kind and patient.
I'm off to stick my head in the freezer.