Even super-slebs seem to suffer crises of social media confidence. But it is yet another element to factor in when stress levels rise. In my defence, I don’t seem to be the only one agonising over who has unfollowed or unfriended me or why. Hence the opening sentence. I presume my forthright opinions get up peoples’ noses, though if I can stay friendly and following those with totally contrasting views, then I too should be cut some slack.
There is another reason I brought this up now, but I’m not yet ready to share.
Anyway, I wanted to share how frenetically busy I’ve been preparing ‘small’ (ie affordable) art for the craft fair in December. Check out the photos of my sitting room floor and part of my workroom floor.
They all still need photographing and mounting properly, which is why they are all over the floor for now. It’s creating pressure to get a move on with yet more – the 48 dancers and another 20 cats, not forgetting 23 more mini abstracts. And there’s no way I’m scanning any of that lot, when they’re completed. I shall take the easy way out and photograph them. Perhaps scan the more popular ones for uploading to Zazzle and Fine Art America.
Health update: I went to see the dermatologist for a follow up last week. All seems to be improving though I’m no clearer why I’ve been getting the vesicles. The condition Dr C mentioned only seems to happen when it’s warm and he didn’t think I did have a yeast infection. So why does my scalp go bananas when I’ve eaten something that bad yeast feeds on?
But he did send me off for a miniature allergy test (only 4 items). I presume I have to ring my GP to get the feedback, if any. Anyway, for now, I shall stick to my low-yeast diet until my immune system picks up strength again.
Back to the affordable art again.
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