It’s that bittersweet end of summer in New England. The nights are getting cooler, the kids begin school tomorrow, and my fall pottery classes begin next week. I am trying to get back into full work mode after vacation at the beach last week. I’m having a hard time of it though, since I had a little mishap at the beach while playing football with my two teenage sons. Seems the younger of the two, Andrew, doesn’t know his own strength… quite innocently he rammed into my chest… the result for me is one cracked rib. My lesson… never play football with teenage boys.
So I’m letting this week go, with hopes that I will be able to throw pots next week… little pots. This week I’m slowly finishing my bats for the studio. All the new ones were made before vacation, with repairs to the old ones. These past two days I set them all out in the yard for polyurethane. I am so happy I accomplished something that really needed to get done. I’m hoping tomorrow to be able to start photographing new work for Etsy… another not so physical task that desperately needs to be done!