Tuesday, September 30, 2008

The Week Ahead

Good Morning and thank you everyone for a lovely weekend.
I did get to meet Robert Plant while in Austin. Very nice place for a visit. We saw some nice glass too. http://www.austinartglass.com/. Food, music, shopping, just relaxing. Hard to beat.
Anyhoo back to work...
Tuesday - 6-9 for lessons
Wednesday - in at 4:30, OKCMOA class at 6:00 til 9:00
Thursday - in at 4:30 til about 9:00
Friday - in at 4:00 til about 8:00 Roy and Andy working on stuff
Saturday - 8 til 2 or so
Sunday - 2 til 7 or so

Drop by if you get a chance. If I missed your calls or messages try again. I am somewhat more then forgetful.

Keep it centered!

Thursday, September 25, 2008

This Week

Hi Folks,
Christine is in the studio tonight. We will be working from 5 till about 9.

We will be closed this weekend for the Austin City Limits Music Festival. Time for some personal time. Enjoy and we will see you all again next week. As Monday we will be working at 4:30 til 9.

Keep it centered!

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

The Week Ahead

Already Monday and Tuesday have passed us by...
Wednesday - Lessons and the OKCMOA class. Torch work also going on...
Thursday - the girls of blue sage are in the studio starting around 4:30
Friday - Roy is in at 9:00. Evening looks like we are closed
Saturday - Morning as usual at 8:00 then a birthday bash at 7:00 pm. The 12x12 is Saturday night. Be square there.
Sunday - Something is happening usually around 2:00
Monday - 4:30
Tuesday - closed me thinks.

It looks to be a busy week. Drop by if you can.
Keep it centered.

Monday, September 15, 2008

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

The Week Ahead

For the upcoming Week - September 8-14
Monday - 4:30 to 9
Tuesday - 6:30 to 9
Wednesday - 5 to 9 with OKCMOA class
Thursday - 4:30 to 9
Friday - (not sure yet)
Saturday - 8 to 3
Sunday - 2 to 7

It should be a good week. The show was good over Labor Day Weekend. We still have some very nice items on display at the studio. The Girls of Blue Sage are waiting to hear if they got into the Girlie Show. Tracey Bewley was accepted with her fused glass creations.
Everyone is making good process. Thank you for the help over the past week. It is wonderful to know I can be called out of town and leave without a worry to the shop.
Keep it Centered!

Tuesday, September 02, 2008

:: Neal Stephenson ::

:: Neal Stephenson ::: "Writing novels is hard, and requires vast, unbroken slabs of time. Four quiet hours is a resource that I can put to good use. Two slabs of time, each two hours long, might add up to the same four hours, but are not nearly as productive as an unbroken four. If I know that I am going to be interrupted, I can't concentrate, and if I suspect that I might be interrupted, I can't do anything at all. Likewise, several consecutive days with four-hour time-slabs in them give me a stretch of time in which I can write a decent book chapter, but the same number of hours spread out across a few weeks, with interruptions in between them, are nearly useless."

I read this today via Merlin Mann. It is interesting. Maybe a bit like glass. It takes time. Making one piece once is not enough. Time to do and do again. To think and process and do and not have the other of life interfere. Makes good sense and puts to words something I had not been able to put to words.
Thanks.
Keep it centered!