Plan: Go to the grocery store after work.
What happened in reality:
I notice the open journal on the work table. I had started a color chart the day before using a small fold-up watercolor box. I bought the box years ago, always envisioning myself out on hikes, making nature sketches. [Insert laughter here.] I made a row of color down the left side and a row across the top, but decided I didn't have enough room across the top, so I abandoned the idea. But on the way to get ready for the trip to the grocery store, I instead sat down and started filling in the rest of the page with other stuff. I liked it.
As I've done in the past, I put some stick-on letters and numbers on the fabric, then used a lot of water and the ink on the fabric. I liked it.
But the fabric was really wet, so I tried a new thing (for me). I took a piece of paper (I think it is Lenox, but might be Stonehenge), and pressed it hard onto the wet, painted fabric. I could not believe how well it picked up the detail of the thread in the fabric.
To the store now? No, there was still a little ink left, so I painted another piece of fabric.