Main Entry: pleth·o·ra
Etymology: Medieval Latin, from Greek pl?th?ra, literally, fullness, from pl?thein to be full — more at full
2 : excess, superfluity; also : profusion, abundance
I decided this year, well – last month to give myself some goals, or guidelines – around which to blog. I have plenty to say, Ha Ha, and needed a structure or a schedule to help make sure I got "it" said… So I decided on words. THe etymology fascinates me, and I am going to use words and definitions as a jumping off point for posts on Mondays. Yes, its Tuesday; late already…
Yesterday was one of those days. Nothing went wrong, but I ended the day with a feeling of unease, or rather dissatisfaction. I felt like I had nothing to show for my day, no major item ticked off the to-do-list. Yet I had worked non-stop. Looking back, I had accomplished a plethora of small goals:
Prep for evening glazing workshop.
Check on Sat. students work, re-wrap.
Discussed art after school program proposal for grant funds with my program coordinator.
Grocery shop for the week, with menu planned out for all weeknights!
Get special dog food at vet’s. Make appt. for dog to see vet.
Load of laundry.
Make a batch of pendants and buttons in white stoneware.
List 2 "Love" themed mixed media collages on Etsy.
Didnt get the blog written, put off some emails…But it was a productive day in a tortoise not a hare sort of way, know what I mean?
To quote Scarlett O’Hara – "Tomorrow is another day." So with that, I am off to the studio, list in hand!