“I figure the only thing worthy of its weight is your discipline…” Me.
This year most of my traveling will be in the first part of the year, and most of it is behind me already EEEH HAAW!
Except for a few engagements and family excursions, I will be able to stay home at the pueblo for a long period of time. I haven’t been able to do that in about 20 years, seriously!
Leaving my girls, the fields, my training, cultural ties, horses, my obligations to orders has been a brutal inconsistency. It’s like juggling plates, come home for a few days and BOOM your gone again.
Sometimes long enough to start on orders and projects, however, not long enough to finish. You come home and it takes a good week to get into the groove of things. However, for me, I have to hit the pavement running. All the above I mentioned doesn’t care if you have been gone for a week or a day and had only a few hours of sleep. The feverish-machine needs to be well oiled and running, no time for me to even get a cold.
Being an artist has its perks – giving me enough time for the girls. I can set my own hours. I’m my own boss, and for years, I have been doing everything with very little help. However, I have to motivate myself to do the things that need to be done, “assume the position…” and kick my own butt into gear.
“Always breaking off from the fields never finishes the job.” Me. Read More→