frenchtown fiber

Chris Mundy and Kate House try to make art while navigating the crap life throws at them.

Monday, September 28, 2009

My Camera is Lost

It's so annoying, losing things all the time. I believe that the amount of stuff I lose is connected to how crazy work is. My brain breaks down.  I am as busy as I can be and the one staff member I have left is sick, so forget it. It's all over for me and my short-term memory.

I wanted to show the "treasure" I found behind the chimney, but now I can't. By the time I find the camera, the moment will have passed. Kate's camera is out of batteries, as it always is if I need to borrow it.

So anyway, I found a clown picture. It is so bad. I think it is one of those crappy craft kits that were around when I was young. There was a plastic outline of a clown, and the crafter was to fill the spaces with some kind of colored plastic grit, so that it was kind of a cheesy mosaic. I had to vacuum the brick dust from it to see what it was. The lips are so big on this clown, that at first I thought it was a fish. I guess you will see it eventually.

In other news, I finished my Great Depression quilt. I have it at work to see if I can get one of the photographers to take a picture of it. Then I will have something else to put up on Etsy.

The insulation arrived for the attic project. Depending on the weather this weekend, some of that might get done.


cconz said...

I know how you feel. I lost my camera too(i left it on my car). You don't realize how much you need it till it's gone. I remember those tacky craft projects. I may have done one myself.
The doll parts are for art projects. I can't wait to use them. I'll check out your quilt.

Gunnels blog said...

oh, best I take care of my camera ;-) Today when I need it, my battery was out, so I have to stop taken shots even if I saw so much beautiful things! We have had the most lovley weather today, cold but sunny and blue sky!
Yes, you have to try do inchies, it´s fun to do!