…and then the hotty construction workers in front of my house distracted me. Actually, the ladies on my Facebook friends list who wanted me to take pics of the hotty construction workers distracted me because you KNOW I got out the zoom…but this is all I got:
These are the B & C-grade hotties (who both look better out of the tractor/facing forward).
The A+ hotties (two of them, likely college students) moved up the street by the time I was encouraged via Facebook perverts to get the camera out and I refuse to leave the house while they’re all out there.
So that’s been my excitement for the day.
Yesterday I got a message on Facebook from a lady at the township asking me if I would exhibit my artwork at the township office for a month. So that’s happening in August. Sort of exciting. The only issue was that I had to provide my own display materials, which I didn’t have, so Blake told me to contact Rob at The Conservatory and he brought me 2 full-sized easels and about 10 mini easels to use on a table top and I have my own big easel too that I can use. The township lady said they had a table I could use too, but that it would probably be a good idea to buy a tablecloth for it.
Then in September is the studio tour so when I’m displaying at the township office I’ll have tour guides on the table too, so if people like my work, they can come on the tour and maybe BUY SOME OF IT. Because THAT WOULD BE AWESOME.
And that’s all I really have to report.
Oh! Now I remember what I wanted to post about! So get this! In Ontario (all of Canada?) to graduate high school, you have to complete community service hours so Madison’s school sets aside one day for the students to go into the community and perform tasks for people in town. We signed up for the kids to scrape and prime the side of our house! How awesome is that? SLAVE LABOUR! All we have to do is buy them pizza for lunch and supply everything for them to get the job done. They’re supposed to have adult supervision at all times so I’m gonna sit out there in a lawn chair and crack the whip. IT’S GONNA BE AWESOME. I didn’t want to deal with random kids so we specified that we wanted Madison and her friends to do it. The only shitty part is that if it rains, it gets cancelled, not postponed. So let’s hope it doesn’t rain!
And THAT’S all I have to report.