Thank you to everyone who dropped by my exhibit at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Art two weeks ago. They had over 600 visitors, and I met a lot of great people. It was a lot of fun, and best of all my son joined me for the event.
I'm sorry I haven't blogged lately. I haven't written or taken a single photo, either. Things got nuts. A huge yard project (which involved a contractor) kicked things off, and demanding a great deal of my time. Then, over the Thanksgiving weekend I got the stupid impulse to overhaul the garage. "If I'm already cleaning it, why don't I just repaint it while I'm here," I said to myself. That turned into replacing the lighting fixtures, which is now morphing into possibly sealing the floor and building cabinets.
Now, somehow, December got here, the holiday season is in full swing, and time is slipping away. I think many of you understand exactly what I'm talking about. The calendar is filling in with events with friends and family. It's a good thing, but leaving little time for photography and writing. Or blogging.
Its time to go to work, but I'll try to get my next in-depth blog post finished and posted next week. Keep checking back for upcoming events and signings.
See ya next time.
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