Will it rain? Next weekend, the Violet Crown Festival pitches its many tents, and the forecast doesn’t bode well. Yesterday, the forecast predicted 40% chance of thunder storms. Today, the forecast is at 50%.
Even a light drizzle would ruin my art. Paper dislikes humidity last I checked. Of course, I won’t be the only disappointed artist if the thunder storms arrive.
A while back, I swore off outdoor festivals. Ha! I’m a sucker.
My budget tried to tell me not to spend the money on all those festival things: entry fee, my own table (I can’t borrow tables forever), art supplies for new pieces, prints of new work…
Well, it is the nature of such events and efforts, and we need the rain.
Heck. Maybe it won’t rain. The forecast can change. Right? In any case, I’m spending my time over the next few days getting a few more things ready. (If I didn’t get ready, it would, of course, not rain. Obviously.)
And then before you blink, it will be Story-a-Day May! I forecast 100% chance of stories rain or shine.
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