On the Event Horizon

by laurie jane kern on March 16, 2010

I has been over a week or two since I last posted – sorry about that – too all of you who follow my adventures.

If you know what an ‘Event Horizon’ is – then I commend you; if you don’t, well most people don’t so you should not feel bad.  In either case, a real event horizon is that point where.. well you can read about it here

But for me, it is a tipping point between too much work and not enough play; too many things to do and then accomplishing nothing; sanity and madness.  There is so much going on at the day job at the moment that I spend most of weekends just de-stressing and catching up on the things that are not getting done during the week. I have so many metal projects I want to work on that I can decide which to do and thus I seem to get nothing done.

BUT DO NOT FEAR – I have had some time to finish a necklace and a raised vessel which I hope to post pictures of soon.

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Laurie Jane Kern March 19, 2010 at 7:10 pm

Avi, I sent you an email yesterday evening. Looking forward to talking to you.

Avi March 18, 2010 at 6:34 am

Hi Laurie,
Leave me a note with your Tel #,
I would like to talk to you.
Regards,
Avi

Laurie Jane Kern March 17, 2010 at 5:05 pm

Jerry – thanks.
You know it takes “forever” to get out of a black hole ;=)))

Jerry Fowler March 17, 2010 at 2:10 pm

Please don’t get pulled into a Black Hole, one has a very difficult time recovering from such and event. I do so enjoy reading your adventures in metalsmithing.

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