Busy busy busy

December 26, 2010 at 6:24 am (About my process, Studio and Environment) (, , , , , , , , )

When it rains, it pours, no? So in addition to my large order, some Family Issues have come up that take up a lot of time. Its always worth taking care of these sorts of things, but they’re never welcome in the first place. Would we that everything ran smoothly all the time! Never the less, I am spending a lot more time on cooking and obtaining acceptable food stores for the situation than I ever though I would spend on such things, and it looks to be a long term commitment to such things. At least half a year if not more, and then a life time commitment to finding (at the very least) soy-cheese that not only melts but tastes good.

If my manner of writing seems a bit off to you this day; the cause can probably be attributed to watching John Adams upon the viewing screen with my husband. The manner of speech used does seem to stick both to my mind and my fingers (however poorly it may do so).

Anyhow, trivialities aside, there is much going on in my life, and the throwing does not proceed as smoothly as I had hoped. I am, on week three of this pottery escapade, 175 pots into the 351 that were ordered. Perhaps it was vanity, but I wished to be near done by the end of December. Given the distractions that life has thrown at me this will not be so. I have no fear, however, that I will not be done by the time my employer graces my studio. I am well within the bounds of the task and enjoying it immensely.

Next up: a post free of the taint of John Adams and with Pictures!

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