Good grief this has been a week for the books.
Blue skies with clouds that just float along with no worries.
The birds are happy.
The bees are happy.
The frogs have gone quiet at night.
Fall is coming.
I am always startled into fall by the lack of night sounds.
This week Mark and Tom Gray put up the new signs on the corner.
To say some are bright is an understatement but it is a great improvement from the old signs that had seen better days.
We need to do some mowing and look there is land for sale!
Pots were made and some old shapes brought back.
I use to have honey jars on my list every time I threw pots back in the 80's and early 90's then they fell out of favor for those squeeze bottles and we stopped making them. The other day I had a conversation with a customer that they needed one to put their local made honey in. Okay, there is a need again I'll make a round.
Besides if not honey than they can be filled with cotton balls, q-tips or sugar, let your imagination run wild.
Jars can be used for so many things.
That round one is my all time favorite shape for tea.
I don't know why it is we like different shapes for different things but the round is my friend for tea.
I have a different style I like for coffee and right now I am in a Hollis phase for water.
But what is life with out some adventure.
Now it is Sunday and no day of rest today.
Mark is fishing and I have plans.
I hope you can take a slow Sunday.