Too Little Time
goal of the day; finish the Worm Inn/seed starter tower
Yea, that didn't happen. There's always tomorrow
Worm Inn/ Seedling starter tower finally complete, now just to add worms and seeds. Apartment farming
Finally finished this "little" project I have been working on for what seems like an eternity and was going to walk on over to Brownwood Park to help some friends disassemble a dragon sculpture and move it to a new location.
I couldn't find my wallet. At first, I calmly searched for it. After 15 minutes, my calm became somewhat panic, mixed with a goodly amount of frustration and a bit of confusion.
As the clock ticked on, I realized I wasn't going to make it to the first phase of the dragon move.
I took a deep breath, retraced my steps, and lo and behold, found the wallet in the pants, I had moved several times in my madcap search.
It was probably just as well, because now Skye, Cindy and I could all go together to the Dragon Lantern Parade over in East Atlanta Village, with Ryan Mathern's(one of my Burning Man camp-mates) sculpture, Prayer Dragon, being the highlight of the event.
As always, it was great to see all of my "Burner" friends and wonderful for them to meet and hang out with Cindy and Skye.
When it was time to move the Dragon, I hopped on board and told Skye to jump on as well.
I am working on some of my flow-art skills, so that I can add to the mix, in regards to the fire-play.
But for now, I am just a bit of muscle to move these metal beasts.
Cindy got some video of the parade.
I had the pleasure of camping last year with a wonderful group of fire-performers who happen to live hear in Atlanta.
No, that's not a coincidence. I was invited by Patricia Farmer, a fellow Circus Arts Institute student.
Since coming back from the desert, I've been able to introduce these lovely folks to Cindy and Skye.
What follows are some videos of these cats, doing magic with fire.
James Abele spinning poi, Rhode Fraser fire-hooping and Tareq Fa eating and spitting fire.
There's got to be a better term than spitting fire, but right now, I'm not finding it.
Another awesome Atlanta night.