Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Well, it is Wednesday

I will be busy today, but not doing the usual thing I've been doing on Wednesday. There are no plans to hang out at the library today, even though the final is next week. It is so odd to be studying for a final in an art lab class anyway, but I still have no plans for the library this week. I'll look back over the quizzes and maybe Google a few things, but that's about it.

Today I have to go to school and pick up a giant block of plaster. I tried to mold something yesterday, and somehow it ended up being a lot bigger than I pictured. I had to mix so much plaster that I couldn't pour it by myself, and then it wasn't deep enough and I had to mix more plaster. I probably should mix a third batch to get a really thick wall, but the thing is so big already and I'm running out of plaster. I don't think that I can pick the thing up by myself.

And where am I going to put this thing? And how am I going to pour slip from it? What was I thinking?

There may or may not be a raku firing this morning, and I don't know if I'll be participating in that or not. There should be a raku firing tonight if he's going to having one for every class, since tonight is the last regular class for the Monday and Wednesday night class. Unless he wants to do one during the time scheduled for that class's final exam, I guess it has to be tonight. So I might go back to see that.

So that's class this morning and probably class again this evening, but I can't stay in Arlington all day because I have an afternoon appointment elsewhere.

Oh, and my husband will not be home all week like we thought, so we have other errands to run today which we had originally planned for Thursday and Friday.

I've only been up an hour or so, and I'm already tired.

4 comments:

Princess Extraordinaire said...

Sounds like you have a full day!

Babybull40 said...

I'm tired from reading it all.. Have a good day..

evil-e said...

all of this sounds familiar to me...if there was such a thing as a blog back in '93, I probably would have told a similar tale. Pottery is fun!

dmarks said...

I kind of think it was fun.... but I'm not sure I've done any since 1973. That's a 7 not a 9. No Raku for the kiddies either.