Yeah, yeah. It's spring. The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, the lambs are all hopping around eating sweet grass.
I, on the other hand, am suffering terrible allergies. Terrible, I say! The kind which requires medication or else I'm incapacitated by sneezing, watery eyes, itchy nose, and headache to boot.
Don't let anybody tell you that there are no seasons in California. It can be subtle compared to the kill-you weather of the East Coast, but we have seasons and I sure as heck feel it.
Anyway, I finally have Internet access in my temporary home (thank you, James from the cable company!) and now it's time to get down to business--literally. I have to do my taxes.
I almost beat my record of filing date this time, but the interruption created by the sudden move out of my apartment threw me off. I decided that it wasn't so important (although it was still anxiety producing) for me to file as soon as possible that I would risk using a cafe's free (and unsecured) wireless, therefore I waited.
I think about an hour ago I was going to start doing my taxes. Argh! I shall conquer this procrastination. Although I do need to workout...
Right. So this morning, the last of the small (5.5" x 7") second edition Holy Chicken prints on stretched canvas sold! The first edition was an edition of 5; this second one is an edition of 3, like the larger (12" x 15") print still available in my Etsy shop.
Please click (or cluck) on the image above to see detailed pics and read the description of this springtime birdie.
Okay. So now I should go do my taxes.
Did I mention that I'm excited about my art show from May to June at Pacific Thai in Downtown Santa Cruz? More info in the News section of ivanchan.com!
Yeah, I know. I'm going, I'm going!