Calendar using the capillary action of the ink on the paper. “Ink Calendar” makes use the timed pace of the ink spreading on the paper to indicate time. via Oscar Diaz
Reminding me that the months are passing by on my “Go Play Project 2012" and after this weekend there are only 15 more weeks to go. Thank you to everyone who’s listened, ‘liked’ and re-blogged my recordings. Please feel free to suggest your favorite pieces to include in the remaining weeks of Go Play!

Calendar using the capillary action of the ink on the paper. “Ink Calendar” makes use the timed pace of the ink spreading on the paper to indicate time. via Oscar Diaz

Reminding me that the months are passing by on my “Go Play Project 2012" and after this weekend there are only 15 more weeks to go. Thank you to everyone who’s listened, ‘liked’ and re-blogged my recordings. Please feel free to suggest your favorite pieces to include in the remaining weeks of Go Play!

“I don’t play the game for fame,” he said. “I don’t play the sport for fame. I don’t try to win tournaments for fame. I’m just Bubba. I goof around. I play around.” - Bubba Watson

In the end it all comes down to this: you have a choice (or more accurately a rolling tangle of choices) between giving your work your best shot and risking that it will not make you happy, or not giving it your best shot – and thereby guaranteeing that it will not make you happy. It becomes a choice between certainty and uncertainty. And curiously, uncertainty is the comforting choice. (Art & Fear by David Bayles and Ted Orland)