Well, the last two weeks have been high drama in my life. Throwing, bisque firing, glazing & glaze firing my first 1/2 kiln have each had their own little dramas attached. I will photograph the results and I am happy with most. My Kiddush Cup for the Bet Tzedek show in Toront0 would have been better with one more attempt, but time has run out, so photo tomorrow, FedEx on Wednesday.
Now my Sophia is sick as is Dean, her dad. The doctor has seen them both and we are hoping they will be okay soon.
Aly has taken all of her GED tests and will get her certificate in 2 weeks. She is feeling good about herslf and I am very happy and proud of her.
Currently, I am taking John Britt's Basic Glaze Chemistry and Raw Material workshop and driving back and forth. Today was the first day and I am exhausted, but what a great workshop.
I now have my very own potter's wheel, thanks to a very sweet Brady, who is moving to New Mexico and sold me his year old Thomas Stewart Legend for $400. It is in my studio at Odyssey and awaits a Shehechianu (blessing for the first time).
I must sleep now!
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