Saturday, November 18, 2006

No Maps

Moving across the country has been an experience I would not readily repeat for a very long time. The logistics of moving one's home, business, children, pets, licenses, bank accounts... [the list goes on forever], are incredibly overwhelming with or without proper medication. Moving does not come with an instruction manual, and as such, it has been a learning experience. The good news is that the piles of boxes have almost disappeared, and my studio is mostly workable. Of course, life in a seriously suburban setting is giving me plenty to think and write about. I'll explore that another day. * http://www.cafepress.com/ottoblotto?pid=8246890

8 comments:

JoE said...

Glad to hear you've finally moved to a new place. Hope you could work on your art again.

orion713 said...

Yes are you settled in yet? We sure have missed you! :)

bdelpesco said...

Good to hear you're in your new nest! Welcome to Closer-to-the-West-Coast! Happy Studio time to you!

Anonymous said...

welcome back/home-
sure missed your work!

neilornstein said...

what a pleasure to have you back. Glad the move went wellish. You were missed.

orangefrute88 said...

nat! home for the holidays, so glad you are settled. your work is, as ever, AMAZING!

Detlef said...

So very glad that it looks as if you're back,.

Eli Edmundson said...

I've moved so often I've gotten use to not owning things to make it easier, this time I only took what could go on the plane with me and shipped my computer; I was unpacked in about twenty minutes, not for everyone but works for me. :)