Hobbling about didn’t make it any easier to get ready for the local art show next weekend. Because all the things that I had already framed are on display elsewhere, I needed new pieces for the community show. Fortunately, I had a couple of things that were at least matted, I only needed two new pieces. So far (one piece framed), no disasters to report. (When framing, I always think of Paul Butzi and his colorful descriptions of preparations for a show.)
Surely, by April I will be able to take the camera out. March has been a bust. Oh, well, I cleaned out some old files. I should have gotten more done, but it was a start.
In the meantime, the fence builders have been most productive. The horses have already been using the back pasture for several days, and now the front pasture is fenced. (It would sound more impressive to call them the south pasture and the north pasture, wouldn’t it? They would make them sound much larger than they really are.) Yesterday, the groundwork was laid for the dog fence. That means in the near future, we can get serious about adding a dog to the family. I’m looking forward to that. It would have been nice to have had a dog to keep me company while I moped the last couple of weeks. Heck, I was reduced to watching television. Now, that means I was desperate.