I’m working on filling out paperwork for Simon’s third grade re-evaluation for services he receives through the school district. The last time he had a full range of evaluations was kindergarten. Chris and I had a meeting at the school on Tuesday with a psychologist, his program director and a special needs representative from the school district. Our hope is that through this new sets of evaluations we (and our partners at the school) will be able to help him that much more both academically and socially.
I’m working on more paintings (and working on doing more painting vs. collage this week). I’m loving the rhythm of having one painting project in progress during the week that I mess-with, build upon, and then finally call it good on Friday.
I’m working on creating space. Space to breathe, space to create, space to bring in more light. Moving things out to make more room for life (rather than stuff) and becoming more and more selective about what comes through the door (literally and figuratively).
I’m working on a SCRAPBOOK ON THE ROAD project class (PDF download + video presentation similar to my Halloween minibook project class). It will be available March 1. This will be the same class and presentation I taught last fall in Greece. A limited number of kits will be available through Cocoa Daisy. The video presentation for this class is more about the philosophy of a Scrapbook On The Road and you can definitely create the kind of project I’m showcasing with products you have on hand (and collect on your travels). I’ll have more details about this in the next couple of weeks.
I’m working on eating my vegetables.
I’m working on figuring out what’s wrong with my right leg. Something went awry three or four weeks ago and I haven’t been able to run since. I’ve got an appointment with a physical therapist this morning. I had hoped it would be something that would just go away or heal on it’s own but it hasn’t happened yet.
I’m working on getting this room, my office, in working order. Still figuring out how I want the room to flow, where it makes sense to store certain supplies, etc.
I’m working on keeping it all in perspective.