Cold? You bet!

This frost painting was on the kitchen window the other morning, Jack Frost has been reading my blog I think. It bears a striking resemblance to the plate with the two figures on that I slipped the other day.

It has been a slightly nippy day today, so nippy that my hair was solid by the time I got to work, it was frozen! Now I know what I’ll look like when it goes gray.

Last week I had a ton of clay delivered and my ever helpful clay shifting elf gave me a hand to stack it all neatly inside. Thank you elf. I think the big pile of clay is why even though I have just packed the last glaze kiln of the year and tidied up the workshop and finished up my orders and it’s only a couple of days to go to the Christmas holidays, that I felt the need to spend the entire day throwing pots.

I love the way that my footprints in the snow that leave the workshop door are all tainted slightly terracotta colour. Funny that.

Good news for the day, Paul is home! It may have been a bit of an epic journey but he is home to stay for a while which is great because he’s been away a lot the last month or so. Light the fire and bring out the chocolate cake.
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3 Responses to Cold? You bet!

  1. Ron says:

    Glad Paul is home. You two enjoy the holidays.

  2. Lori Buff says:

    The frost painting is beautiful. Nature is such a wonderful artist.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It looks like Noddy!Dave

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