Hey people. Yeesh. Once I was doing trail work, and some guy was talking about ever since his Lasic surgery, it hurts more when sweat rolls down into his eyes. I was like, "holy crap-- sweat? running down into your eyes??-- I've never been that sweaty."
Ahh the good old days. Now I'm just like, "Glad I haven't had that pesky Lasic surgery!"
It's been in the low 90's, and the humidity has been super high too. My hair has become a mass of knots. My jeans are knee-sprung, & I used to wind-up changing my t-shirt AND bra half-way through the day because they were so sweaty and gross. Now I've resorted to just wearing a halter top and letting it be all sweaty and gross, running a cold washrag up and down my arms at lunch.
(Don't just, like, drop in anyone-- because it's rank over here.)
The art, though, is going awesomely. I'm on kind of a theme, it seems. I kind of got a handle on it today and started calling it, "The world we've got." It's the further development of some work I was doing in the spring using old car parts etc.
I don't expect people who look at my art to make any of these connections. They are just thoughts that roll around in my head while I work. When people see it I just hope they think, "Cool!" or "I'm not sure why, but I like it..." That's good enough for me, because I've shown them something in a new way maybe, and help spread some good vibes.