Stiletto Heights

I am Jennifer Gordon- a mixed media collage artist and comic writer living in Columbus OH, with my fiance and love- Keith. I specialize in paintings, ACEOS, journals, art boxes and more. I am always available for commissions! Visit my etsy shop at: http://www.stilettoheights.etsy.com

Friday, April 20, 2007

For A Thousand Years






I am having one of those mornings where I really feel that had my alarm clock not been set, I would have slept forever, no seriously...not sure if I would have ever woken up.

Grudgingly I got out of bed with what felt like the weight of a toil of a thousand years of work still beating down on me, and I have no idea why.

I spent all yesterday packaging things and then packaging some more, no time for creative fun, but I am trying to get as much parceling done before the "mean cheese" invasion which it happening in 9 hours and 12 minutes to be exact.

As you know, last time we had her there was a bit of an "incident" with my art supplies, since then my bubs and I have taken precautions to get my supplies out of the way and into the bedroom where she does not go.

You see, I have had 2 weeks to complete this project, and it's still not done, as I kept thinking "oh, I have two weeks, I will do it tomorrow".

it never happened, we are in a state of flux at the moment.

Also because of the injury to my bubs' thumb and the fact that he missed work this week and he will be missing some work next week too because of our trip, he is working for the next seven days straight. (for at least part of the time.

I am thinking about taking her to the park the next door, though frankly it is a bit sketchy for a woman to go there alone with a child, I might brave the dreaded hillbilly and gangster wars that take place there so the mean cheese can swing on the swings for a jillion years.

But here is my fear and worry....that lil cheesy will get stung by a bee (she's very allergic) and I also fear that the her mom will have not packed her epi pen, and then I will be forced into action, and for that matter...panic.

I saw My Girl...I remember what happened to little Maculay Culkin in that movie....bee allergies are no good.

I am probably working myself into fits for nothing...

today I will be spending the day working on a commission project for the lovely and talented miss Vanessa Valencia and proceed to mean cheese proof the house, and then...more packaging.

I am showcasing today a bunch of the new pieces I have in my shop, I will be listing a couple other goodies today too.

chat with you all soon....

xoxo
jenn

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15 Comments:

Blogger Karen Beth said...

Oh wow! Yes, I would be worried about a bee sting too. Is it warm enough there yet for bees to be out? I don't know; just wondering. Just be careful and I'm sure everything will be fine. I'm sure her Mom will remember to pack the Epi-Pen. Surely...

I'll be thinking about you (and your art supplies) and sending you good vibes!

xo,

Karen Beth :)

9:45 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

I don't think the bees are out yet, JftB. But good of you to think of it, anyway. I guess something good came out of that M. Culkin movie after all!

Anyway, good luck, and have a good weekend! xoxoxo

10:27 AM  
Blogger Aaron said...

Also, I did use the word "good" four times in that last post on purpose. Swear.

10:27 AM  
Blogger stilettoheights said...

lol...bees are actually already out here, they are still a bit slow and dumb from the cold, but they are out.

xoxoxoxoxoxo

10:32 AM  
Blogger moogan said...

good luck with the little cheese and the bees this weekend. it's very good of you to take care of her while your bubs is at work and healing. I'm sure she she will have a good time at the park. The weather in c-bus looks good this weekend so it will be a good time to do something fun outdoors.
I used good 6 times!

12:50 PM  
Blogger gilfling said...

Mmm I have mornings like that.....when I have to force myself up and about, but everytime I pass the bedroom door
, I know that if I just take that one step into the room I will all of a sudden find myself under the blankets and snug as a bug....for the rest of the day. Have a wonderful weekend!

1:32 PM  
Blogger CountryGirl_CityLife said...

Last night I needed to package up etsy goods that were in the bedroom. I had an exhausting day and found myself crawling into bed and under the covers for a few minutes. It felt so good but then my conscience called me out to do my work.

1:50 PM  
Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Please bring some sunshine with you when you come to NYC. We badly need it. :-)

You mentioned you lived in NYC before. When did you live here?

2:16 PM  
Blogger stilettoheights said...

Oh, I didn't live in NYC I actually lived in NH but would often take the train into the city on a regular basis...

It has been far too long now since I have been.

2:24 PM  
Blogger coco said...

every time i come on your blog i amazed at your stunning pictures.
your blog is one of a kind

2:25 PM  
Blogger artandghosts said...

these new works are stunning - looks like you sure have been busy. and so much to show for it, you are quite the creative dynamo! hehe.

good luck with the little one:)

11:18 PM  
Blogger Ming_the_Merciless said...

Sounds like a new trip to NYC is in order here.

2:10 AM  
Blogger KSV said...

Griffen Dunn, the guy that plays the teacher that Vayta is in love with, he used to be my parents neighbor. I saw him running down the street once and I was like, hey, that's the teacher from My Girl!! I love that phrase: Smarty Smarterson. I try to be smart. It's challenging, but I love knowledge. I can't wait to get back into crafting and drop back into blog world. Have fun with the MEAN CHEESE!

1:04 PM  
Blogger Angela said...

Ohhh wonderful work as usual!
Taking her to the park is a great idea! She should like that, although you probably know her better then I do. :)
Was that the FIRST time that you saw My Girl? I've seen that one about a billion trillion times. Yeah bees are scary, are you allergic to them too? I was only stung once by one. When I was bairfoot and steped on one when I was a kid. LOLOLOL Oopsy!
Anyhoo, wonderful work! :)
Your sooo kewl! I love visiting you blog to see what you have up next!

5:49 PM  
Blogger Emma said...

oh god. why?
now you've made me cry hysterically remembering macauly culkin and the bees.
i once saw that movie on tv with a guy i liked and basically wept all over him in a really disgusting snotty way, going "blurrhsufhuehfbfhhfd why why why?" until he was good and scared of me.
but really. how can you see that movie and not cry like a girly man?

2:08 PM  

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