I am so over sharing a bathroom with men. My fantasy house a bathroom on each floor that can only be opened by two people, me and the person in charge of cleaning it. Come on lottery ticket!!
Hahaha. I kid.
My sliding on black ice out of the car and hanging by my left tangled in the seat belt arm related injuries are not bothering me as much today. Whew. The new (not fabulous, just ordinary) chiro thinks this was not a long amount of time to get over such injuries, but he has not been treated by my beloved stepford chiro, who heals much faster. I'm tempted to drive back. Unfortunately stepfrd chiro doesn't work on Mondays, and when I agreed to the lunch with my babes for last Monday I was not in desperate need of chiropractic care. Bummer. I'm not running back.
Though I really do like driving.
Speaking of driving, the gas station attendant told me that gas prices might be as high as 5 bucks a gallon this spring. Goodness. I'm not going very many places with prices like that. Kidding! I'll just take Matt's little tin can car, which gets more than double the gas mileage of my truck. Yay for choices. Matt is never getting that car back, I don't care what he thinks.
I still probably have to wait two weeks or so to hear from the other university about grad school. Time is moving so slow I feel like I'm six years old again. Seriously, this is painful. Though I did come up with a plan C, which is to apply to the Maine Media College, which used to be Maine Photographic and I like the old name much better. Tsk tsk tsk. I still say LIBRARIAN too. Media specialist, pshaw! They also have a non residential MFA program at Maine Media and even better, rolling admissions, so I didn't miss out. Maine is a wee bit far, but hey, I love to drive! Right?
Near future plans for me include an etsy store, a photo blog, twitter, and a facebook page. I've been reading up on how to get noticed. Now I just have to decide what name to call it all. I'm dying to have a printing marathon, but the only problem is that I need a certain japanese gampi paper. I don't know the name of the paper I need because I was given one glorious piece by the workshop teacher from a few weeks ago and she isn't answering my email. I don't want to send her a second one, it seems kind of stalkerish. Instead I'm going Saturday to NY Central Art Supply with my fingers crossed and hopefully they have the paper I want. I called a place in Canada today thinking it was a paper retailer (it's a wholesaler) and spoke to the nicest lady who thinks they have the paper I descibed at NY Central. When I hung up I declared that I was ready to move to Canada (can you even imagne the intensity of Evan's eye roll?) because I can not get over how nice and helpful the Canadian lady was over the phone. So feaking nice. The only negative to Canada is the weather. I'm pretty sure I'm not going anywhere colder than where I am right now for any length of time. (Except maybe Maine for a week or two here and there- plan C)
I was serious when I said that photo from Monday was the "before" photo. I am officially two days into being grain free and vegetable laden. Go me.