Saturday, November 8, 2014

Before I begin

Christy came over last night. I made mac n' cheese. We drank wine and talked about art and non-art related things. And she dropped off the booklet. Inside are my 100 prompts and a slip of paper to be used obscure the coming prompts. It's one day at a time. No looking ahead. No expected end result.

I considered delaying. I do have more free time at the moment than I have for the past 8 months, but I'm still concerned about finding or making the time every day. And my neck is pretty out of whack. Wouldn't this be better if my dancing was uncompromised? And what about when I'm at my zen retreat? And and and...

But ok, when establishing a daily practice, it seems like there is really no time like the present.


The inside cover of the booklet says:
  • prompts can be done in any media
  • try not to look ahead
  • other people can be brought in at any time
  • document every prompt however you like
  • try not to MAKE anything

1 comment:

  1. Erin,
    I am so excited for you. You have breathed such Erin-ness into everything from day 1, including this beautiful blog. Loved that shedding on your new floor; gorgeous! Hold fast to "FEEL FREE," including feeling free to have the loosest or the most rigid interpretation of each prompt depending on what you want or need. So glad I get to follow oh, the places you'll go. Love, Ro