Today, after a few things were done around the ridges of Logan, I got onto a computer with a printer/scanner attached and signed the contract to the Traffic Signaling Boxes. It feels so good that I'll be working on one of these things and Mum wants to be my companion while I'm there (as it's in the contract that I must have a second person with me for safety reasons).
So, all I need to do is wait now... how tense... how fun... how... exciting! I can't wait until I get my box goodies (paint, rules and flouro vest) and get into working on this box that will be out in the public eye for all to see.
First I'll have to talk to the residents who live right on the fenceline of it and let them know I'll be there for a few days and that I'm not casing their place or a prowler of any kind; just your run-of-the-mill artist trying to make the world a better place through art and paint.
I hope this works... I really do.. as if it does, I'll be doing more of the Traffic Signaling Boxes around Logan. The people at Clayfield said that I was the first to put my hand up to paint one that they know of because of the area. I'll keep you all posted about how it goes; and I'll take before and after photos of it too!
I'm also still working on my knitting. I'm in the process of making a blanket for next Winter for the lounge; seeing how cold it's been getting. I'm enjoying it and it's progressing nicely. All the squares are going well. After about 25 or so, I'll be stitching them all together and then doing a blanket stitch around the whole thing to keep it from falling apart. But that'll be a few months into the future yet.