It was a big old top loading tub of a kiln.
I've been thinking a lot about change recently; how from moment to moment everything shifts. It's what drove the Impressionists to chase the light in their paintings to just catch that one moment. Life of late makes me question what have I been doing to capitalize on every second; to not waste the gift of…
January 19th. It’s like a bullet train hurtling toward who knows what kind of finish. my month started off busy and frenetic but I was forced to slow down.
I really think that it is at these times that actively looking for things, people, situations to be thankful for, purposefully living gratitude is what will keep us sane in this crazy, uncertain dispensation. This is what will help us face whatever 2022 has to throw at us. Believe you me when I say Jumanji,…
The clincher though was the fact that I would have to use red clay. Ick! Did I really want that kind of aggravation? Apparently I did because I accepted the order in spite of myself.
There is no magic wand. No abracadabra. I have to get on the wheel everyday.
have been blessed to have support from so many in the starting of this clay journey. Kindness is not a currency for getting stuff. You receive the most when you are not looking for payment for your acts; when they come from a place of love.
We have a saying here in Trinidad that we use in school when it seems as though nothing is going right: “Goat bite we”