From Wikipedia -
The exclamation "Eureka!" is attributed to the ancient Greek scholar Archimedes. He reportedly proclaimed "Eureka! Eureka!" after he had stepped into a bath and noticed that the water level rose, whereupon he suddenly understood that the volume of water displaced must be equal to the volume of the part of his body he had submerged. (This relation is not what is known as Archimedes' principle—that deals with the upthrust experienced by a body immersed in a fluid.) He then realized that the volume of irregular objects could be measured with precision, a previously intractable problem. He is said to have been so eager to share his discovery that he leapt out of his bathtub and ran naked through the streets of Syracuse.
I've been trying to resolve a tricky and complex issue with my Verre Eglomise glass process for over a week now - researching and experimenting with ideas every day.
When SUDDENLY, out of the blue, today the solution presented itself! BOOM! An answer that not only solves the issue - it solves several other problems connected to the process. WOOT!!!
I am sooooooooooooooooo excited by this! And I hope to have something finished to show you soon!
Also - the new vinyl cutter for the glass stencils has arrived and is working perfectly. It was very easy to install and operate.
Until next time ... Here's Andy Grammer with "Good to be Alive" -