Sunday, October 6, 2013
Well, you can't say this post doesn't do what it says on the tin.
It's remarkably warm for the time of year, so we went for a little wander by the canal. There are things in flower but I hadn't ever noticed before that they are all white. I know the first flowers of the year are often yellow but had never noticed before that there were so many white things.
One photo is of course not flowers, but the sunlight on the leaves seemed to go with the general theme.
This blog needs to get back to its roots, I think. I used to post photos or general news about our lives but then the blog got rather work-oriented. People seem interested in that but increasingly there is less to say about it. This is partly because I'm just not able to do the work I want to do. Sciatica took care of a large part of the year. It's mostly gone. However, I now have a recurring rib injury - something I did when falling over last October which has obviously not healed properly. Not sure what yet, but that doesn't actually make any difference to the fact that I can't make pots.
Stock is low, Another Beastly Art Exhibition is coming up in a few weeks and I wanted to make new ceramic work for that. But it can't be helped. I know rib injuries just take time.
In the mean time there is plenty else that needs doing, finishing off, labelling and packing all the textiles work I did while we were in France.
In other news ...
I made my Christmas cake yesterday. Regular readers may remember last year when the mice not only ate a lot of the stored cake but made their nest in it and as a final insult, left behind some bits of mortar and an old screw. I have bought a new plastic cake box and this year's cake is now in it. Because of the rib injury, I thought it wise not to lift the cake-in-a-box up onto a shelf above my head, so I asked M to do it. When I asked him to put the box on the mouse shelf, he knew exactly what I meant. The mouse shelf it shall ever be, then.
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