Thursday, April 13, 2017

Ms. B, good help

 Ms. B did her job, although we are still learning what works best where. I would say overall we are happy.
We did have some great help unloading the kiln. Our oldest granddaughter was here during the firing and watched her Opa as he was making turn ups. She was even able to be there while he shut off the kiln.
When we went out to look after dinner last night bricks just started coming out and next thing we knew  we were being encouraged to let her help with the unloading.
 It's fun to watch her working along side us and her enjoyment of the work. I think she claimed a pot or two as ones she needed.

As a reward we joined her cousins for a morning at the zoo, a picnic lunch and then maybe hugs good bye.

See Ya!


gz said...

The next generation of potters? Looks a good firing too.

cookingwithgas said...

The oldest one had pots in the kiln that came out today. It was very exciting for her.
We hope they all love the arts.

smartcat said...

Start them young and art becomes as much a part of their lives as speaking.
How all those babies have grown!

Lori Buff said...

The pots look great.

These are the times that these children will remember, and they will be unique from what many other kids experience. It will be fun to see how it influences their lives.

Michèle Hastings said...

Those girls are growing so fast!