Apr. 25th, 2012

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So, I have a final date for flying out to California!  I'll be leaving in about two weeks.  

I'll be working the same position I had when I was there previously, which is a bit of a disappointment.  But at least I know what I'm doing in it.  It will be pretty easy to slip back into a normal routine again.

They've been extremely busy and understaffed in the department I'm returning to, so I'm probably looking at overtime.  Which unfortunately means that I'll probably not be able to do very much artwork for the duration of the summer.  Hopefully I'll be able to do something here and there on my days off, but I'll have to see.  I may just need to get out and do some hiking and other nature-oriented activities, since it's been far too long since I've been in a place like that.  I miss it terribly.  And I need the emotional reprieve, and the spiritual connectedness that comes from being in a natural environment.

In Autumn, business slows down, so I'll have more time to devote to art things.  I'm still wanting to find a good way to balance the artwork with the day job (or evening shift job, as it will probably be) without sacrificing too much art productivity.  I probably will just have to work in cycles... when it's busy at the resort, lessen the focus on the art, and when it's slower, increase the productivity on the art.  Also, the resort's closed in January, so I can either stay there or go on vacation, and focus on the artwork full time.  

Internet access will be somewhat unreliable, though we do have it.  It's just that limited bandwidth for the entire group of employees tends to be used up rather quickly.  So I will probably make posts on days that the internet works.

So, in short, I will still be doing artwork, just won't be quite as regular. 

I have so much packing to do, between luggage for the flight and boxes for later shipping... eep.


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