Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Patience is a virtue?

I am loving this new batch of spoons that came out of the wood kiln that was fired during FireFest at STARworks. I like them so much that I want to keep them... but I will be strong and put a price on them. Well, maybe I will keep one.

There is so much that needs to be done at our new house and it's making me crazy to not be there every minute! But alas, there is a studio tour this weekend and I have to prepare for that, as well as piggy bank orders to complete. It doesn't help that the house is just a mile from our current location, making it all the more tempting to sneak away. I need to be patient. We knew that the timing of our closing would be squeezed in between studio tour preparations, and Jeff's impending trip to Japan and S. Korea. Yep, he leaves in less than two weeks. It's a good thing we aren't under pressure to move out of here! Our goal is to be completely down the road by June 1st.

I am both exhausted and exhilarated, just thinking about it.


  1. oh they are so beautiful, my favorite is the upper left one. do you put holes in the handle so they can be hung?

    1. Thank you Linda! No holes for hanging, these are quite small.

  2. Ah, a perfect Mandala of blossom petals and ceramic wood fired spoons by beautiful. Seems you just gave me the same advice. Yep. Smart. It will all get done in its own good time.


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