It does sometimes, doesn’t it?
As I try to step back into routine, somehow I have found that my routine has changed. It doesn’t seem like routine to me.
After all, isn’t routine what we settle into once an adjustment occurs. What do we call that time in the interim?
Ah. Maybe transition? Whate’er. Life is different right now.
Back in March, I got a big art commission that is demanding a huge chunk of my day. So, I am looking for about 5 extra hours each day. Do you know where those hours are? Did you swipe them from me? Many things have been tossed aside so that I could meet the first deadline of this project. I finished it yesterday. So my old routine returned today. But will be gone tomorrow when the second part begins.
Marian University (Indianapolis) is building a Nursing/Osteopathic Healing Center School. They chose me and five other artists to enhance the aesthetic beauty of the building. I much obliged. I designed 5 images that I felt best depicted their value missions of the University. They are: prayer, stewardship, forgiveness, justice and peace, and dignity of the individual. The project is for me to take my 1 sq. ft. paintings and create mosaics that are 6′ x 6′.
Pack it up time for installation.
Combine the crate that we built to transport and the mosaic, we figured the thing weighed at least 300 lbs. It was cumbersome and SCARY.
A lot of resting goin’ on here and there. We were frightened to continue on with opening it and getting the thing up on the wall.
But we soldiered onward.
And there it sits.
Now I only have 4 more to complete.
The thought of doing 4 more of these things and transporting them up the highway is daunting. But, God willing, it will get done. Please pray.
I am grateful for this job. It feels good to be needed and/or wanted, doesn’t it?
I look forward to the transition of my day to become routine so that I can resume fun things like blogging, walking in the woods, buying food for my family, taking showers, brushing my teeth……..saying hello to God. All that fun, necessary stuff.
Food for the soul. And family.