Friday, January 27, 2012

What say let's give it another go

Part of the plan for the year is to just get in the studio as much as possible and work. We are setting real goals that we hope will get us real results.
One goal is that work has to be made in a timely manner in order to get the work through the kilns and out the door.
This is the progress on the February firing.
This round we are starting big and working down to the small stuff.


The plan- 3 weeks and we will be firing the next kiln load.
Oh there are other things to be done as well, but good start going on here.
I am off to check some bowls for trimming.
Have a great weekend!
M

13 comments:

Judy Shreve said...

Those are some gorgeous big pots! Looks like your plan is a good one!

Would you update the link to my blog - in your list?

http://www.mountainhousestudios.com

Hope you guys have a great weekend And a perfect 'slow-sunday!'

Hollis Engley said...

busy, busy, busy ...

cookingwithgas said...

Judy- I think I have it now- been meaning to do that every time I see you on FB- I have a mind like a sieve these days.

Hey Hollis- you have been busy as well- time to fire?

Tracey Broome said...

my what big pots you have! you guys are kicking it down there in Whynot!!!

cookingwithgas said...

kicking a** and taking names! Thanks TB!

Anna M. Branner said...

As my (retired military) father would say, "Stay on Point!" You guys are cranking!

cookingwithgas said...

aye-aye Anna!

Gary's third pottery blog said...

gogogoGO! :)

Patricia Griffin said...

If you fail to plan, you plan to fail... That's what all the gurus say. And then there is the other "camp" that says to stay in the moment, take it easy, day at a time... And then there is all that about bird in the hand, grass is greener, put the lime in the coconut, and don't eat yellow snow. :).... Have a great weekend!

angela walford said...

wow cranking M....on a foodie note hoping to get some cheese from the market this week and try out your moussaka recipe :)) eggplants in abundace!!!

cookingwithgas said...

I have always kept true to the don't eat the yellow snow... that is one to live by. Someone please explain the lime in the coconut that is one I need help with, unless they mean cooking curry- then I gets it!
up to your ears in eggplant would be a great place to be!

Linda Starr said...

You guys are a good example to me of making multiples, good for you for planning and sticking to your plans. In California I had so many eggplants one year I didn't know what to do with them, first time I was ever successful growing them. I love eggplant - moussaka, must try that one of these days too.

Kings Creek Pottery said...

You are on FIRE!!! Way to work a business plan, love the idea of going from large to small :)