January is usually quiet around these parts.
The Holidays are over, the mad rush leading up to them included.  Our schedule returns to a manageable routine.

Each year I welcome this down time.  It gives me a chance to reflect on my work and take an honest look at what changes need to be made.
Cleaning and reorganizing of the workspace is usually at the forefront, and this year is no different.
Alas, I have turned my studio upside down in hopes of finding a better work groove.
Right now everything, and I mean EVERYTHING is piled up on my cutting table and random objects take up most of the floor space.  I'm hoping to sort through that messy pile by the end of this week in order to return the space to more suitable work environment.

See you when I'm done...

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