1. Clean the studio, especially the floor.
2. Change the elements, and possibly the thermocouples, in one of my kilns.
3. Teach a workshop at Chestertown River Arts in Chestertown, MD, on August 23.
4. Design the template and mold for a "kimchi dish." Hopefully debut the new design in October.
5. Make pots for an upcoming wood-firing. I've got lots of ideas brewing in my head, waiting to get out.
6. Weed the front yard gardens. Dig up some of the grape hyacinth bulbs, which have multiplied prolifically, and give them to my mom. Move the japanese ferns to a better location, and add some new coral bells.
7. Sew a custom "table runner" for my art festival display. There is one shelf where I display my dishes as placesettings, and I want it to look like a dining room table. I'm using linen napkins now, but they are not the right size and shape.
8. Sew a new carrying case for the tabletops I use in my display. Right now I carry all three 4x2 ft. tabletops in one case. I've decided there are some shows where I only want to use two. So I'm going to split them up ... two in one case, and one in a separate case. Also, carrying all three at the same time is really heavy. Splitting them up will be easier to carry.
9. Order more receipts and shopping bags.
10. Paint my steel canopy weights. They are looking a bit rusty.
11. Run run run. Go for as many runs as I can.