So it’s a Yucky Day in the Neighborhood. I used to tell my students that as artists we might be easily bored, but it balanced out because we were also easily entertained. Boredom’s a problem I would prefer at the moment, but the easily entertained part might help. Anybody want to do a Playdate with me?
How about this: WEIRD FRUGALITIES…
–I can’t stand to throw out a kitchen sponge until it’s disintegrating–not withstanding all those nasty kitchen bacteria we hear about. Hey, at least I keep separate sponges for kitty dishes and for ours!
—Same with really raunchy looking cookie sheets.
—For a good friend, it’s tiny slivers of bath soap that are clung to until the last bit of suds is squeezed out.
—Fabric scraps of near microscopic size–well I sew, maybe not too weird, except for the box of silk scraps that would need a lot of work to make a shirt for an ant!
Anybody else use stuff beyond it’s practical lifespan?
Be well…Judith in Portland