1. Visually articulate with pencil and feminine wiles a witty, swift, urbane and irresistibly, fetchingly enigmatic composition for three portraits.
2. Wait for client approval of same.
3. Conjure up, utilizing charm and feminine wiles, a witty and urbane batch of enigmatic cupcakes for garden party tomorrow afternoon.
4. Get strings for classical guitar and cautiously approach it.
5. Tootle on clarinet, to re-acquaint us.
6. Take tea (Earl Grey if I have it) in the afternoon with my sous chef and an old friend.
7. Write a poem of affections and attentions for dear Mr. Sunshine.
8. Start painting that fake New Yorker cover.
7. Maybe write another poem if there’s time before the late evening begins.
1. New Yorker cartoons.
2. The Performing Arts Festival. When did all middle school kids become lovely and talented? When I was that age, we were all kind of sitting geekily around drinking Tab.
3. Determination to live well, pirouette, breathe deeply and have a glass of garden posies on the nightstand.
4. Affections, attentions, intentions.
5. Rediscovering music: classical guitar, clarinet.
1. Conceive an urbane, coyly symbolic and whip-smart composition in which to place three pastoral portraits.
2. Realise I can run rings around, if I want to.
3. Make plans for a month of heigh-ho!
4. Attend a performing arts festival, in which the sous chef performs festively.
5. ...five! Yes! Five! Affections! Attentions! Open and unbridled!