Monday, January 2, 2012

Don't you love a hoilday?

Well boys and girls it is time to get back to work and get serious about this year.
I mean really one full day gone and what did you do?
I don't know about you but I ate good food and had good conversation which in my book is a good way to start a New Year.
Then reality weighs in nice and heavy and it is time today for our first of many meetings here at Whynot.
We have what we call corporate meeting on a regular bases.
I know it sounds silly to some of you since we are only a two person business but even a two person business needs a meeting of minds.
So today is the meeting of minds to map out a plan for the coming year.
We both feel as if we have been holding on to a kite string for the past 3 years and just going where the wind has taken us. This year the plan to to be more of the driver than the holder of the string.
A plan is being put in place.
Of course we both know that plans are flexible and things happen..... but plan we must.
Then it is out to the studio to pick up the pace and get things ready for  the first firing for the year.
We are planning a firing within the next 10 days. Yea!
So no resolution here just resolve.
Cheers and all that!

An oldie but goody until I get my camera back...... the lost camera? Found! A story best told later I am late for my meeting!


Hollis Engley said...

Let us know how the planning thing goes.

Linda Starr said...

Good to plan, and yeah for the next firing.

Tracey Broome said...

Plans are good! I can't believe you found your camera!
I need to sit down today with my staff and see what we are going to be up to :)

Michèle Hastings said...

yay for the camera find... can't wait to read about it!

smartcat said...

How great to find your camera....looking forward to the story and photos. Does this mean you will have four camera?

Plans and goals are good things...even if you end up going away from them, they are starting points.

Anna said...

Resolve. I like that. And planning....I'm doing that too. :)

Gary's third pottery blog said...

I know, its a bit intimidating, all the 2012 plans etc to work on :)

Kenneth Gibbons L.L.C. said...

My 2012 resolution is to make more time for pottery. Happy New Year, Kenneth Gibbons LLC