Instead, I matted a copy of Freedom, and though I screwed up said matt (it wasn't square, and I didn't check to see if it was before I started cutting - doh!!), the results made me oo and aw and I printed up two more of them for other colors of mattboard that I have around and I'm going to either send them to conventions, put them on eBay, or hang them at Kristen's. Or something else I haven't thought of. And next time, I check for square. Pretty, pretty mattboard, all suede and rich looking. I planned to go to Michaels, but didn't have enough time before I had to pick Jake up (my car is still under three feet of snow). So instead I went to Gulliver's and bought a used book of short fantasy stories for $1.75. Not as satisfying as buying art supplies.
I also meant to get orders out, but that I actually DID do. Except one, that I couldn't get the address I needed for, because of the previously mentioned Internet outage.
I also wrote 1200 words of fanfiction drivel. And finished the Atlantis piece (that was several hours) and printed a print service order that I haven't actually been paid for yet, though it's a customer I'm sure will come through. And... I must have done something more than that. Stood in line at the post office, taped over the broken taillight of the truck... just piddly stuff.
So, that's how thrilling my life is.
(I'm journalling in part right now as a follow-up to reading 'How to Think Like Leonardo DaVinci,' which is a book Jake got me for my birthday and so far I'm rather intrigued.)