I have spent too many hours hanging out with thugs and I find that when I do this nothing gets taken care of.
The paperwork piles higher on my desk.
The mice take over the spare room and call in friends for a love fest.
The spiders build multiplex condos in all the corners and there I am hanging with thugs.
Just one more page, don't tell me Mark put another book on the reader...
I am going to have to quit something.
Maybe quit making pots and just take up reading.
My confession is I love a good trashy novel.
I know, I know I am suppose to be reading things to enlighten and bring me to a place of zen, but no I want to read about thugs and the guys that go after them.
Toss in some humor and I am done.
If the books are not bad enough we discovered Justified and just finished up the 3rd season.
I love streaming.
We have our raised beds ready for spring planting, lettuce and potatoes are in and we are talking about what other things to plant.
What is more important than the thugs is this weekend that is coming up fast!
Mark and Meredith Heywood of Whynot Pottery and Acacia Tile are pleased to invite you to their spring event: Mud and Suds on Saturday April 20, from 9-5pm & Sunday the 21st, from 11-4pm
Mark and Meredith have been busy restocking the shelves and will have your favorite “hand crafted, homemade”, kiln cookies on hand for a quick munch.
Joining in the fun on Saturday and sharing her talents is Laurie Abela of Abela Bodycare.
Laurie is a long time soap maker and will bring her knowledge of soaps and bodycare to the show on Saturday.
This event coincides with:
The Annual Seagrove Potters “Celebration of Spring Kiln Opening & Studio Tour”.
To check in with the local potters:
or I try to keep us updated at:
go over here and download a map and get the information on who is participating in the Open house
So you see the place I have put myself in.
There are cookies to bake and pots to be finish.
It's going to be showtime soon.
Put the book down.