As for me I have work to do. Life is distracting me though. There are lots of extremely unusual things going on in our lives and that can be a little disconcerting. None of it's bad.
For example we're making new friends and meeting new people. It's something I want to do but don't usually know how to do. I find it very easy to stay in and work on my own things and think my own thoughts. It's harder for me to come out and engage with other people. It takes extra effort that I'm not used to expending. As my old pal Alex would say though, it's good for me.
We're also thinking about finally selling the Brookline house were we've lived since 1991 and moving into a closet in a totally different neighborhood. We're very excited by this idea. We'd have no tenants, no snow removal and a lot less stuff. Hopefully we'd also have more money.
Things are moving forward in my art career. In addition, I'm setting up an Etsy shop. These two facts are making me rethink the things I'm making and the way I make them.
At the same time I'm going through the normal processes that artists go through as their work changes. Things in the studio become even more unpredictable than usual at times like this. You can't be sure if the hours you spent working were productive or not and you may not find out for months. Sometimes it takes years for certain ideas you start to become fruitful. Of course you could also be skipping down a blind alley.
All of this can be a little uncomfortable but I'm really getting a kick out of it. At least I am now while I'm writing this post. It's a bit of a wild ride if you want to look at it that way. Which way is up? Which way is forward? Who can say?
I wonder if this Void has a taco stand? I'm hungry.