Here we go jump aboard it is August and from here on out we are sliding down hill.
When August hits and fall is right behind us nipping at the back of our brains- reminding us that fall is coming soon.
Gary has posted some leaves turning in New York.
And while I was out walking I noted how many of the Poplar Trees had yellow leaves on them.
It is a sign to get in gear and really get some work done!
No more lazy days around here.
It is time to make the minutes count.
Now, really, how realistic do you really think this is?
I know as potters we strive to produce weekly.
Some weeks things get in the way.
For me it has been this fall- I knew when I hit the deck it was going to take longer then 24 hours to get past this and, of course, it has.
I am better each day and hope to be back to my old mean, rotten self soon.
Meanwhile I have to go back to how to work smarter if this is what I want to continue to do.
I find it easier to work on tiles right now since bending over to work on the wheel does not seem to be something my back likes yet.
So I did get this tile through the electric kiln last week and was pretty happy with it.
It is from the nightgown series.
I love when something comes out and I can't decide which way it should be hung.
The first shot is the way I had it when I laid it out.
Then I turned it over and though it could hang this way as well...
Here's hoping you are ready for the week and making those decisions to carry you into fall.
I am still podering.