As much as I would love to spend all day watching the kitties watch the raindrops roll down the window panes - they watch with such eagerness, ready to "get" them - the truth is that I have rather a massive job of work ahead of me.
On Tuesday, I came home from my early morning mysore practice to find four Korean gentlemen waiting at my door. Their message to me was clear, "You must take these boxes for they belong to you."
Sure, in the slanting mid-winter light (is it really winter? It has been hard to tell), they look almost romantic. But do not be fooled! Within them, they contain the hard work of a summertime and early autumn. Not just my hard work, but the hard work of many, many hands. Perhaps your's, dear reader? Do not be further fooled! While the boxes say "no hook" on them, I can assure you that many, many hooks were used. Needles also.
Details on the Brooklyn exhibition are forthcoming. Stay tuned.