desire to learn pottery making. I’ve always thought it would be really cool to know how to throw pots (I think that’s what it’s called) so I started doing a little research online about classes and lo and behold, the Arkansas Art Center here in Little Rock has classes for just about every art form known to man. OK, maybe not every art form, I made that up, but they offer a lot of different stuff, painting, pottery, photography and a few things I’ve never heard of. I never knew how much of a tactile person I am until I started knitting, I love using my hands to create and learn about things. I’m going for it!
I wind up my work week tomorrow and not a moment too soon. I’ve felt really tired this week, I think mostly because of my trip to DeQueen last weekend. I started stressing about it a week beforehand and that, on top of being really busy at work, just wrung me out. Today was the first day in a couple of weeks that I felt normal, not stressed and not overtired. I’m too young to feel that old!
Isn’t this amaryllis gorgeous? DD Lindsey got it three years ago and it’s bloomed every year. I wish I had a green thumb like she does but that’s what keeps life interesting, different gifts, different people, right?
When love and skill work together, expect a masterpiece. John Ruskin (1819-1900)