Wednesday, July 2, 2008

Kiln from this morning. the light blue ones glaze ran and stuck to the bottom..Not good. That's what happens.. OK, I went and dropped my bouquet and vases off at Our Secret Cottage in downtown Eagle. I forgot my camera...I am so scattered sometimes (all the time)I try though..Sorry..I will go back tomorrow an snap away. so cute down there!! It is in the Old Orville Jack sons building.

Kittens that were born last month. Awww so cute! want one?? There are two more hididng somewhere..Off to make some dinner for the family..It is hot here. I can be a little crabby in the heat. watch out.!


lulusparkles said...

the pots in the kiln are such pretty colors!
smooches to the kitties :)

Anonymous said...

Oh, you know what, I can also be crabby in the heat! Just all of a sudden.

I love your photos, and I just learned a new word ("posty" . . . that made me giggle) and I'm off to check out your etsy shop. And I am going to put your blog on my Google reader, which is new and exciting technology for me just this week.

I'm so glad we found each other. :D

eileen said...

I just love that peek inside your kiln.
And those kitties have the prettiest eyes! Good luck finding them homes. I think I live too far away.

farmerjulie said...

hi Lulu,
ok the light blue ones stuck to the bottom. i was so upset. i have to buy this chemical for runny glazes..and
suzanne..i am going to check out that google reader. sounds like a neat thing!!
hi eileen. thanks. and those kitties are prettty fun. i have homes for one so far! then the mama cat will get fixed!
have a great day!

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Julie, the colors you have chosen are so pretty and remind me of the colors of the ocean. Sad to hear the glaze ran, but I know you will soon overcome that and be on your way to perfecting it.

Those kittens are too cute! Such gorgeous eyes and they look perfect amongst the hydrangea.

love ya,

Deb said...

The pic of the two little kittens in the wicker chair with the hydrangea is so cute! You will have to turn that into a card :-}

bridgmanpottery said...

Julie, is that castile blue? It is runny. You might try stilting it. What's the chemical to keep it from running?

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