Thank you for taking the time to blog to us for 31 days. I know it’s gotta be difficult finding the time to do it but please know that it is much appreciated!🙂 Y’all are wonderful women and I can’t wait to see what’s next for y’all!! Much love!❤
Hey, wow, so that’s the doi-doi everybody keeps talking about That sure was worth the wait. I can see why it is requested so much. That’s quite some bar trick you’ve got going there, Jill. LOL
So are you guys getting all doubtful about the quality of your art and tired and cranky and testy and wondering why on earth you chose this line of work? Yup. Sounds about right.🙂 Not that I would know, but I’ve heard studio work can get that way after a while. Some types of science can get that way, too, when you have to rely on expensive, greatly-in-demand equipment and people for high quality data collection, and there is a lot of pressue to get a lot of work done, and make a lot of on-the-fly critical decisions, sans error, within a short time (and I hate to say it — sometimes with not the best personalities in the world to help you out) — and then something breaks down, of course. Yup. LOL.
I bet studio work is kind of similar to scientists who have to travel to particle accelerators (like CERN just outside of Geneva, for one). Those scientists sometimes have to prepare all year in their home laboratory for just two days’ worth of data collection on some huge particle accelerator, and then they have to go home and live with whatever data they collected for months if not years because time on the equipment is so expensive and scarce. I’ve done something similar myself with particle accelerators here in the US, and watching your video immediately reminded me of that, all the way down to the fancy schmancy (somewhat intimidating) gold microphone that probably isn’t anything like what your used to. Well, hang in there, J&K! It’s like a marathon and you’re coming down the home stretch and you’ve hit the “wall”. You can do it! Rah Rah (my turn to be the cheerleader — LOL)