I spent most of the day figuring out my checking account. I don’t go on my online account often enough so each time I do there is usually a problem, mostly that I forget my password or the answer to one of the many security questions they ask. (which I always write down and always loose)
This time I couldn’t remember how I answered the question “Where does your best friend live?” I don’t think I’ve had a best friend since elementary school. I’m sure I gave an answer that made sense at the time, but, I had no idea what I was thinking then. I finally got it all figured out (with the help of three different women on the phone) and wrote down all the passwords and usernames and put the paper in a “safe place” for next time. Maybe I’ll even remember where it is.
When I got to the studio and started on a small wall hanging to donate to Green Mountain College for their Women in Business Scholarship Fund. Yesterday Gaye left a comment on my site about hearing an NPR program about the sound of stars. This surfaced today as I worked on the streaming piece and wrote “singing stars echo thru time” Today Gaye send me a link to the program where you can hear the stars. It’s actually an art piece that takes place in a Bavarian Forest and it’s kinda wonderful. I always thought stars were silent.