Wednesday, December 14, 2011

I would love to tell you that I am throwing pots but I am chained to the desk to sort out some paper work. ( help!)
It is the end of the year and I do need to shuffle through some of the piles while I can.
We have put some sticks in a few new fires for next year and if it all works out we will be able to just stay here and work.
No more running off to other jobs.
Now that would be a great, would it not??!!
Now to make it happen.
And to make it happen paper work has to be done... buggers!

Mark has been working on Lamps- vases with a thrown cap.
and who does not need a smile?
This picture makes me wonder why people spend so much money on toys when there are leaves and sticks and dirt just out in your yard.

This child has her mother's smile!
Leaves = happiness.....
Go out and play in your yard!
Cheers,
M

12 comments:

Gary's third pottery blog said...

:)

Tracey Broome said...

Definitely mom's smile there. She will be so much fun this Christmas. Hope those sticks in the fire catch and your 2012 is blazing with success :)

Michèle Hastings said...

awwwe.... thanks for the smile this morning. she is beautiful!
nothing like good kindling to get a good fire going, best of luck in the new year.

Mrs. G. said...

I need to give her a kiss straight away! Oooooh, she's sweet.

Mark's work is beautiful.

cookingwithgas said...

Mrs. G- she is very kissable!
We call those squeeze cheeks...

cookingwithgas said...

TB- I think we have a fire going- more later.
MH you are welcome- you need one!
Gary:)!!!!!

smartcat said...

She's a darling.....and that smile! Just how big is that lamp......it's super!dishing

cookingwithgas said...

the lamp is about 13 inches- he makes them bigger up to about 22-24 inches.

Laurie said...

What a smile! Play in the yard... most definitely :o) It's a gorgeous day to do so!

Anna said...

A 1000 watt smile for sure!

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

As we get closer to Christmas I just think the simplest gifts are sometimes the best. You don't have to spend a whole lot of money to have a great time.

Leaves and sticks eh : )

cookingwithgas said...

how very true! leaves and sticks are great fun....and we are lucky to have them!