It's Friday again. This week flew by. Far too short. Far too small.
There is so much I want to accomplish this year, most of my plans being long-term, large projects that will take months or even a few years to complete. I'm working on breaking it all down into small parts with daily progress that will all add up in the end, but still feel like time is flying with so much yet to do. Sitting down on Sunday and creating a list for the whole week that assigns three main tasks to complete each day is helping tremendously. I still have to deal with other things that come up each day, but checking those three primary things off the list each day is helping me feel like I'm making progress. It keeps me on track.
I was at Wild Birds Unlimited of Jackson, MS as the artist in residence for their Cat Café that was on Oct. 10, 2014 to support CARA, a no-kill animal shelter here. The framed feather I completed was auctioned off later than evening.
I'm constantly working on improving my photography, though I'm not willing to spend a lot on professional gear. This video is concise, with clear examples and good ideas. I wasn't aware of high temperature spray paint before I watched this; It gets the gears in my mind turning.