Here is the first bit for the new year:
Copy your house key a few times on key blanks with distinctive patterns. Keep one with the loose change in your pocket and transfer from pant to pant as you change each time.
Yesterday's snow left only enough to ice the lawns like an oatmeal cookie. Today we have snow falling lightly, pretty as a Christmas card and dusting the ground like a sugar doughnut. I'm getting hungry, can you tell?
In getting ready to hang a show at the end of the month, I am looking again at frames, making lists, posting jpegs and enjoying a hat with blue tooth speakers sewn in. It was a gift from the younger daughter and it's a brilliant invention. No more earbuds falling out!
Thirty two years ago I constructed a Christmas tree of coat hangars and tinsel. Every year it comes out of the basement and gets..."spruced" up for the festivities. So it's saved us thousands of dollars as well as being greener and so convenient.
Last month I ordered a vial of pink pigment from Stuart Semple, a British artist in a piss fight with the guy (Amish Kapoor) who bought all the rights to the world's blackest black pigment. He won't let it on the market. So Stuart Semple developed the world's pinkest pink and when I bought some, he emailed to ask that I post what I did with it: