As I was preparing for my trip to Cleveland to shoot segments for Quilting Arts tv, I made lots of notes on the white board in my studio.
Also on the left is a grid showing art I needed to create as examples for various techniques and step-outs I needed to prepare. I think it made me feel good to write out that grid, but I didn't really use it.
In the center are some notes for a Layered Landscape Collage workshop I taught last month. I had to prepare kits so I was making notes about measurements and all the different fabrics that needed to be included.
The green list on the top right are all the places Jeff and I have lived. I think I was considering that for our Map theme at 12x12. You can see I misplaced Jacksonville and Coronado. There have been so many, it's easy to get confused.
Here is the same white board a few weeks later. Apparently, I did some shopping. I also added "crazy tights" to the list which Claire needed for the musical she is in. (I didn't find any crazy tights. We substituted crazy knee highs.)
I kept the info about the workshop even after the workshop was past because I'd really like to turn this into an online workshop. (If you'd like to know more about that, sign up for my e-newsletter at the top right side column of this blog.)
I was listening to an interview with Seth Apter on Ricë Freeman Zachary's podcast and he mentioned that he is going to be in DC for a book signing event, so I had to jot that down as soon as I heard it. (In green at the top right.)
I squeezed in another bulleted "to do list" with various items crossed off.
I've since erased everything except the Layered Landscape Collage notes. And I'm ready to start some new projects.