My favorite mug from my last firing at Chico State! Sniff, sniff.
I have been working my way through the mountains of stuff I brought home from the school studio. It is amazing just how much accumulated in four years. I'm still having a hard time getting used to the idea that I actually graduated. Last night, while making small talk, an acquaintance asked me if I was looking for a job. After all, that's what you are supposed to do after graduating, right? When I responded that no I wasn't looking for a job I think it kind of perplexed this person. But then it occurred to me, hey, I am already working. I have a DBA and a resale number and a shop on Etsy. I am busy downloading applications for exhibitions. I am gearing up to take photos of my recent work to submit for the exhibitions and to put new work on my Etsy shop. I am also researching grad schools and applying for assistantships. So, I am actually pretty busy. Who has time for a job! Haha. How much money I will actually be making is an entirely different story. I look at it more as an investment that I will need patience while I await for delayed gratification.