Monday, November 16, 2015

A month of Sundays.

 It's been a month of Sundays since I last found some time to just sit down and write about what is going on here.

We had family in, my favorite part of the month of Sundays.
We worked, I went off to school, we are working the best we can to keep both ends of the candle going.

Yesterday, as a kiln cooled, we drove to our favorite place to relax a bit before we start a new week.
The addition of Four Saints in Asheboro is that perfect place where everybody knows your name.

 There is nothing like walking in and being greeted by the guys who own the place, running into a few friends and enjoying the fruits of their labor.

On one of your trips to see us I suggest you stop in.


This has been the view from my kitchen window the past few days, so still that I feel as if I am living in a picture book.

  The clouds were writing messages of love.
 I am heading out to unload the kiln, followed by 2 days at work, packing for a show, spending the weekend at the show and getting up to start over again.
A month of Sundays might just pass us again.

I'll see you when I see you.
M

12 comments:

Lori Buff said...

I was hoping everything was okay and you where just bust. I'm glad you've had some good times.

Tracey Broome said...

You DO live in a picture book! Seems a month of Sundays since I've seen you. Still enjoying my beer in those great mugs of yours, the best handles ever :)
One of these days when you come up for air..... lunch......

Gary's third pottery blog said...

WHAT a lake view :)

cookingwithgas said...
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cookingwithgas said...

Yes, we are still here, with a fab view and a busy life. Lunch Tracy- YES!

PotterMiller said...

What a view!! Beautiful! Great to hear what you are up too!! That busy life…….. can't much busier can it? Phew!

Dennis Allen said...

Thanks for the update

Laurie said...

Ah, that's a peaceful looking pond. Hang in there. Slower times can't be too far off.

smartcat said...

Love the photos of the pond! To say nothing of the pots!
Post when you can, but you are missed!

cookingwithgas said...

Thanks! I'm trying!!

smalltownme said...

What a wonderful view!

Peter said...

Lovely mugs and pond, liquid nourishment for body and soul!!