Take Time

The falling leaves gather around my pottery wheel. My throwing days have come to an end for the year. The temperatures have dropped quite dramatically this week making it a challenge to photograph my pottery on my back porch. "They" say it may snow this weekend! This month I have been busy with many behind... Continue Reading →

Squirrel!

Would you look at that! It's mid-October. And here I am running around like a squirrel gathering nuts before the snow falls! Instead of gathering nuts . . . I'm glazing and firing. Glazing and firing. Repeat. Mugs, after their 1st firing, waiting to be glazed. Glazed mugs drying. When I'm not glazing and firing,... Continue Reading →

Epic Pinterest Recipe Fail

We had our grandson last week.  One day we decided to make a "Chocolate Flower Petal Parfait Cup".  I saw the recipe and video online thanks to Pinterest and thought that would be fun to make with our grandson.  It did not go as exactly as planned . . . My Pinterest find was an epic fail... Continue Reading →

I Have A Glitch . . .No Comment

I have a glitch between WordPress and Gravatar. The glitch prevents me from commenting on fellow WordPress blogger's posts. I've scoured the bowels of the inter webs for a solution. Nothing. I've reached out to Word Press for a solution. Nothing. Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com As I was reading a blog post from... Continue Reading →

Back Porch Studio Update

Mid-June already? I have been busy throwing mugs . . . Enjoying time with our grandson . . . Celebrating birthdays . . . And gardening . . . Ah, summer. Summer is like childhoodFull of warm memoriesAnd gone too soon.

Cat Mayhem

Full moon April 2021. All known cat behavior and schedules flew out the window into the cool spring time air. Midnight ended up with a urinary tract infection.  He stopped drinking and eating and was very lethargic all of which was upsetting for Boo.  After calling seven vets on a Monday morning, we finally were... Continue Reading →

Spring Forward

The snow has melted. Temperatures on the rise. Dusted off my tool box. Unearthed my clay. Started some slab work. From a ball of clay to a slab of clay then onto the hump mold. Bowls made from a slab of clay air drying. Resting.

A Meeting of The Cats or Not

As you may know, we adopted my mother-in-law's cats in January. It has been quite a challenge. Each cat is very peculiar. Meet Sweetie Indoor lap cat. From what I can glean from mother in law's photos, Sweetie is about 12 or 13 years old. Very accustomed to living as sole house cat in charge.... Continue Reading →

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