Three Cats One Year Later

Our three inherited cats have me well trained: feeding times - rigid feeding times or elseculinary preferences (an expensive lesson to learn)day time activities - napping night time activities - yowlingdoor manager - open, outside; open, inside; repeat unless sniffing the air contemplating going outside or inside As you can see below, the not-so-feral cat,... Continue Reading →

Onward

Oh my! A new year! I'm almost afraid to ask the cosmos . . . "Now what?" So, I will not ask. Instead, I will turn my attention to my list of things "To Do" before spring. Top on my list is to sort through all the extra things we have acquired due to my... 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 →

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.

Happy Groundhog Day!

Our resident groundhog, or something, never made an appearance today due to abundant snow and sunshine. But official word from Punxsutawney Phil in Pennsylvania is we will have six more weeks of winter. Punxsutawney, PA – This morning, Pennsylvania’s own world-famous groundhog Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, predicting six more weeks of winter.  https://dced.pa.gov/newsroom/punxsutawney-phil-predicts-six-more-weeks-of-winter-for-2021/ Six more... Continue Reading →

New Neighbor

We have a new neighbor. Moved Dug in under our shed undetected late fall of 2020 leaving a huge hole and pile of dirt. We have observed the new neighbor is not social this time of year. No sign of animal activity such as animal tracks or poo. This can only mean one thing. It... Continue Reading →

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