Ring Ring x4 + Banana Phone

Sarah's birthday party was last night. I was too tired to make it. I've been up early these last few days, and I just head to the studio. I bow next to the sleeping form of my wife and pray to God (that guy I met) for His provident hand upon my endeavors.

My wife went, though, and I stayed home with the kids. They are a delight. We had Thai food. Pad Thai with peanut sauce, and sushi (yes, I know, not Thai). I love pad thai. I just can't get enough.

One of our hamsters died. And the other hamster started eating the carcass. Apparently they are tidy creatures and will eat their dead to keep them from rotting. My twelve-year-old daughter was freaked out upon finding a dessicated hamster head attached to a mostly dried, bloody rib cage and spine. The man of the house (me in case you were wondering) had to take it out. Now we don't know what to do with the other hamster. Is it diseased? Or bloodthirsty? We have it quarantined for the time being.

My wife got home super-late. I was worried for a minute there.

I was up early this morning. My lovely wife asked me to pick up Bountiful Baskets, a local farm co-op where we get our food and produce in a weekly allotment. It was last second. I had fourteen minutes to get dressed and get down there. On the way I realized I was about to run out of gas so I stopped and put in $20, wolfed down a Snickers. I was the last one for pickup at the elementary school, they were waiting up for me. That was nice. So, we're set for the week.

First thing back home my wife made a monstrous veggie omelet and the whole family just dug in on one plate. I spent the morning in my jammies with the boys playing Starcraft 2. I love that game and I'm not letting it go! It counts as family time now.

Down at the studio we got an office phone. For eight years I carried the company cell phone with me, and directly answered all calls. It's gotten to be too much the last few months. Not that I don't love talking with clients because I do. If you are a regular and you want my direct line you can still get that by emailing me.

Here's how it works. You call the regular studio phone (801 372 8545 that has not changed, it is I who have a new number) and it rings downstairs and upstairs. The first pickup happens in Inquiries/Ordering (currently Renn and James), if they don't pick up in a few rings it automatically goes to the Front Desk. If they do not pick up it goes to my personal cell phone. It is important to us that you get a response and you are likely to get a pickup between 8am and 8pm.

And lastly, your Ron Paul fix for the day. There is a reason why people are excited about Ron Paul. It's not just him, it's the message. For some, like me, it was the first time someone explained to me what freedom really means. He is my Morpheus. He taught me to read and write. He cured me of my apathy.

Ron Paul is the founder of a movement. He is a transcendental figure and you would do well to at least understand.

If you are involved in the Republican primaries and would like a copy of Ron Paul: the Revolution (reference to the American Revolution, self-government) please contact me as I have six copies to give away. bluetablepainting@gmail.com





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