June the 30th will be here in eleven more days.
Today, I forged ahead with finalizing some paper work required by AmeriCorps. I still have a bit more to do, but the bulk of it is done.
The lovely lady at CSUMB payroll is so great under pressure. She looked at my paper work and just as I got into my car in the parking lot far away, she called.
One little itty bitty mistake would have shut the whole thing down, and then I’d have to start all over again. Been there, done that!
Today, we at the Arts Council, were still preparing for the gallery opening tomorrow. I put the cost of the work on the wall next to the photos. They are very expensive, but worth it. I’d love to have one of the elephant photos. I’m amazed at how he got close enough to capture their spirit and personality of the elephants and all the other wild animals from Africa. He is gifted.
My job, aside from over seeing the volunteers, will be to photograph the artist and the many people in attendance. There will be lots of people and we will be working the entire time.
Then Saturday, I’ll preside over the volunteer party, on Sunday, I’m working at the Cesar Chavez park at an Arts Council booth, and then it begins again on Monday.